Nicole Logan (she/her) | Principal Investigator
Assistant Professor of Kinesiology
Core Faculty, Interdisciplinary Neuroscience Program
Ryan Research Assistant Professor of Neuroscience

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Nicole is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Kinesiology, the Interdisciplinary Neuroscience Program (INP), and in the George & Anne Ryan Institute for Neuroscience at URI. She completed her Ph.D. in Psychology at Northeastern University, in the Center for Cognitive and Brain Health. Before that, she received her M.S. in Psychology, and a B.S. double-majoring in Psychology & Exercise Sciences, at The University of Auckland in New Zealand. Nicole's research investigates the effects of health factors such as physical activity, fitness and adiposity, on mental health, cognition, and brain structure and function throughout the lifespan. Outside of the lab, she can be found coaching water polo, watching basketball, running, doing yoga, or enjoying the outdoors. 

 Graduate Students: 

Janis Gaudreau (they/them)
Master's Student | INP
Lab Manager

Erynn Field (she/her)
Master's Student | KIN

Michelle Lim
PhD Student | INP
Starting URI Fall 2023

 Undergraduate Students: 

Grace Heppes (she/her)
Undergraduate RA | INP 

Charlotte Imperio (she/her)
Undergraduate RA | INP 

Alexa Calderon (she/her)
Undergraduate RA | INP

Angela Marses (she/her)
Undergraduate RA | INP 

Abbie Smith  
Undergraduate RA | INP 

Lab Alumni:

Julia Wolf
Master's in  Cognitive Neuroscience
Summer 2023
Freie Universität Berlin