Cory Inman

Decatur, GA

How do the dynamic interactions of brain regions generate representations of thought, memory, and emotion? I am pursuing these questions through studying the neural dynamics of memory encoding and retrieval with intracranial EEG and functional MRI. In addition, I'm fortunate to work in a team seeking to understand the neural and physiological mechanisms for the alleviation of treatment-resistent depression with deep brain stimulation. These studies will inform our understanding of how neural networks process information over-time (dynamically) as we remember our past experiences and how neural networks involved in emotional reactivity and memory processing change with direct stimulation. In free time, I'm learning to translate science into digestible public information and enjoy basketball, white water rafting, and snowboarding.

  • Work
    • Postdoctoral Fellow
  • Education
    • PhD in Cognitive Neuroscience, Emory University