Assistant Professor Emily Finn Awarded NIMH BRAINS Award

Assistant Professor Emily Finn was awarded an R01 grant through the NIMH BRAINS (Biobehavioral Research Awards for Innovative New Scientists) program. The BRAINS award is "intended to support the research and career advancement of outstanding, exceptionally productive scientists in the early, formative stages of their careers."

The FINN Lab project, titled "Modeling and manipulating social percepts in individuals," is focused on understanding behavioral and neural mechanisms underlying percepts of ambiguous social information and how these vary with trait- and state-level factors.