Buschman, associate professor of psychology at Princeton University, will receive a Troland Research Award for his groundbreaking insights into the neural mechanisms of cognitive control, particularly how these mechanisms relate to attention and working memory. Read the Full Story

Buschman is also the recipient of an NJ ACTS Pilot Grant for his work with Rutgers Professor David H. Zald on their project “Quantifying the dynamics of working memory in patients with schizophrenia”.