“Hello, world!”

Carly A. Lasagna, B.A.

Clinical Science Ph.D. Student
NSF Graduate Fellow
Department of Psychology
University of Michigan
‚úČ clasagna@umich.edu

My name is Carly Lasagna. I am an NSF Graduate Fellow pursuing a Ph.D. in Clinical Science at the University of Michigan. I study the mechanisms of judgment and decision-making in psychopathology (e.g., psychosis and bipolar disorder) using hierarchical Bayesian modeling, EEG, fMRI, and TMS. My goal is to bring together computational modeling, neuroimaging, and neuromodulation methods to generate novel perspectives on complex psychiatric disorders that will facilitate more effective, individualized treatment. I am passionate about open and reproducible science, supporting women in STEM, and diversity in academia.