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Kate Nussenbaum

MSc (Res) Student

Kate Nussenbaum is a graduate student in the Brain & Cognition Lab, supervised by Kia Nobre and Gaia Scerif. Kate's research explores how long-term memory and attention interact over the course of development to support learning. 

Before arriving at Oxford, Kate graduated with a degree in Cognitive Neuroscience and Science & Society from Brown University. As an undergraduate, she worked in Dima Amso's Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience Lab where she conducted eye-tracking studies to examine relationships between selective attention and memory in both kids and adults. 

Kate is funded by the Rhodes Trust and based at New College.