Cheryl A. Olman

Associate Professor
University of Minnesota
Department Psychology

My interests are split (roughly) evenly between fMRI methods (how high can our resolution be and what are we actually measuring?) and low-level vision (how are early visual responses modulated by scene structure and perception?).

I've been at the U since 2005. Before that I did my PhD work in Dan Kersten's lab; my post-doctoral work was done with Kamil Ugurbil at the University of Minnesota's Center for Magnetic Resonance Research and in David Heeger's lab at the Center for Neural Science at New York University.

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date of last update: July 29, 2008