Voss, Joel, PhD

Selected Publications

Selected Publications

Wang JX, Cohen NJ, Voss JL (2015). Covert rapid action-memory simulation (CRAMS): A hypothesis of hippocampal-prefrontal interactions for adaptive behavior. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 117, 22-33.

Wang JX, Rogers LM, Gross EZ, Ryals AJ, Dokucu ME, Brandstatt KL, Hermiller MS, Voss JL (2014). Targeted enhancement of cortical-hippocampal brain networks and associative memory. Science, 345, 1054-1057.

Wang JX, Voss JL (2014). Brain networks for exploration decisions utilizing distinct modeled information types during contextual learning. Neuron, 82, 1171-1182.

Bridge DJ, Voss JL (2014). Hippocampal binding of novel information with dominant memory traces can support both memory stability and change. Journal of Neuroscience, 34, 2203-2213.

Bridge DJ, Voss JL (2014). Active retrieval facilitates across-episode binding by modulating the content of memory. Neuropsychologia, 63, 154-164.

Information

Name

Voss, Joel, PhD

Title

Assistant Professor

Email

joel-voss@northwestern.edu

Office Phone

312-503-5619

Office Fax

312-503-9800

Department

Department of Medical Social Sciences and Ken & Ruth Davee Department of Neurology

Office

Ward Building, 19th Floor

Website

http://www.lhn.northwestern.edu

Areas of Research

Learning & Memory

NU Scholar Profile

https://northwestern.pure.elsevier.com/en/persons/0a077cbf-66a2-4fc0-8fb9-5dfbcf3cfd90

Recent Publications on PubMed

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed?term=Voss%2C%20Joel%5BFull%20Author%20Name%5D&cmd=DetailsSearch

Current Research

Current Research

My laboratory uses human neuroscience methods (fMRI, EEG, TMS, eye tracking) to investigate mechanisms of learning and memory and their impairment in neurologic and neuropsychiatric disorders. We also use noninvasive stimulation methods to modulate distributed networks of the human hippocampus in order to test their roles in memory and to develop novel treatments for memory impairment. This research is currently funded by the National Institutes of Health, through the National Institute of Mental Health, the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, and the National Institute on Aging.