COLLABORATORS

LAB ALUMNI

FORMER RESEARCH ASSISTANTS


Liz
Phelps

Gina
Moreno

Elizabeth
Goldfarb

Emily
Boeke

Jennifer
Lenow

Lauren
Vale

Jackie "of
all trades"
Reitzes

Michael
Meager

Michael
Evans



Post-doctoral and Transition Program for Academic Diversity Fellow
New York University
Department of Psychology

University of Iowa
PhD in Neuroscience, 2015

Texas A&M University
BA in Psychology, 2008

Email: gina.moreno@nyu.edu

CV

Research:

Publications:
Moreno, G.L., Bruss, J. & Denburg, N. L. (under review). Perceived stress is related to decreased prefrontal cortex volumes among healthy older adults.

Moreno, G.L., Koscik, T.R., Tranel, D. & Denburg, N.L. (under review). Age-related differences in decision making under ambiguity but not risk.

Xiao, L., Wood, S.M.W., Denburg, N.L., Moreno, G.L., Hernandez, M. & Bechara, A. (2013). Is there a recovery of decision-making function after frontal lobe damage? A study using alternative versions of the Iowa Gambling Task. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 35, 518-29.

Woller, S.A., Moreno, G.L., Hart, N., Wellman, P., Grau, J. & Hook, M. (2012). Analgesia or addiction: implications for morphine use after spinal cord injury. Journal of Neurotrama, 29, 1650-62.

Brown, A.K., Woller, S.A., Moreno, G., Grau, J.W. & Hook, M.A. (2011). Exercise therapy and recovery after SCI: evidence that shows early intervention improves recovery of function. Spinal Cord, 49, 623-8.

Hook, M.A., Washburn, S., Moreno, G., Woller, S.A., Puga, D.P., Lee, M. & Grau, J.W. (2011). An IL-1 receptor antagonist blocks a morphine-induced attenuation of locomotor recovery after spinal cord injury. Brain Behavior Immunology, 25, 249-59.

Hook, M.A., Moreno, G., Woller, S.A., Puga, D.P., Hoy, K.C., Jr., Balden, R. & Grau, J.W. (2009). Intrathecal morphine attenuates recovery of function after a spinal cord injury. Journal of Neurotrauma, 26, 741-52.