Walter H. Annenberg Professor of Natural Sciences, Department of Psychology
University of Pennsylvania
1977, BSc in Metallurgy and Materials Science and BSc in Philosophy, MIT. 1983, PhD in Experimental Psychology, Harvard; 1983-85, postdoctoral studies in Neuropsychology, MIT and Boston University. 1985-92, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor and Professor of Psychology, Carnegie Mellon. With the University of Pennsylvania: since 1992, Professor of Psychology; since 1992, secondary appointment in Neurology; 1999-2010, Director, Center for Cognitive Neuroscience; since 2006, Walter H. Annenberg Professor in Natural Sciences; since 2009, Director, Center for Neuroscience & Society; since 2012, secondary appointment, Graduate School of Education. Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences. John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship. Recipient, honours and awards, including: William James Fellow (Lifetime Achievement Award), Association for Psychological Science (2008); Highly Cited Researcher, Institute for Scientific Information; Distinguished Scientific Award for Early Career Contribution to Psychology, American Psych. Assoc. (1992); Troland Award, National Academy of Sciences (1992).