Department of Psychology
Department of Psychology

Megan McMahon

B.S., Neuroscience, College of William and Mary

Graduate Student
Megan McMahon



fMRI, sleep, memory, cognitive aging


Megan is a second year doctoral student in the clinical psychology program. Previously, Megan worked at Virginia Commonwealth University where she researched traumatic brain injury, cognitive outcomes in cancer patients, disability and stigma, and brain computer interfaces. In addition, Megan directed Virginia Catalyst's funding initative, which awards grants to collaborative project teams of university and industry leaders seeking to commercialize translational research innovations that improve human health.

Megan is interested in identifying predictors of age-related cognitive changes. Her current focus is on the relationships between circadian rhythms, neural networks, and cognition in older adults.

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