last updated: 7/12/18



Lidia Wong joined the team in July 2017 after receiving a Masters in Social Sciences, concentrating in Psychology, from the University of Chicago. Her M.A. research thesis focused on the effects of transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) in episodic memory. She is interested in studying brain-behavior interactions during cognition in clinical populations, having worked with such populations administering EEG-based treatment interventions as a research intern at Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School. Her future plans include applying for clinical psychology programs, and driving herself down Route 66 someday.