I’m originally from Buenos Aires, Argentina, but I lived in Japan for many years. I did my postdoc with Endel Tulving and Randy McIntosh at the Rotman Research Institute (University of Toronto) and had my first faculty position at the University of Alberta in Edmonton (Canada). In 2001, I moved to Duke University, where I’m a professor at the Department of Psychology & Neuroscience and a core member at the Center for Cognitive Neuroscience. Since 2019, I’m also a professor at Humboldt University, Berlin (supported by Einstein Foundation). I am interested in all areas of cognitive neuroscience of memory and aging, and particularly in the topics described in the Research page. If you have any questions about my lab, please e-mail me.
Duke Scholars page: https://scholars.duke.edu/person/cabeza
Humboldt Department of Psychology page: https://www.psychology.hu-berlin.de/en/staff/1692745