We hope everyone has a wonderful winter! Our lab had a great time celebrating each other and relaxing after a busy fall semester. We hope you enjoy winter break!

We're excited to welcome Brian Rivera to the Stroller team! Brian is a site coordinator on the Baby's First Years project at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. He is joining us to provide his expertise on the Baby's First Years project, help train our team on EEG methodology and analyses, and set up our R00 grant. 

Columbia University Neuroscience Outreach (CUNO) hosts Saturday Science, which are fun activity fairs for children to learn more about the brain through hands-on activities. Haleigh Brown, a graduate student in the lab, volunteers with CUNO and helped at their September Saturday Science event.

The principal investigator of the Stroller Lab, Dr. Sonya Troller-Renfree, first-authored the paper "Associations between maternal stress and infant resting brain activity among families residing in poverty in the U.S." This paper found that maternal stress is associated with differences in infant brain activity. 

We are excited to welcome Haleigh Brown, Katie Gray, and Ji Young Song to our lab! We know our new graduate students will bring great ideas to the team. Read more about them on Our Team page