2012-2017 Doctor of Philosophy, Psychology, University of Toronto, Canada
2011-2012 Master of Arts, Psychology, Collaborative Program in Neuroscience, University of Toronto, Canada
2006-2010 Honours Bachelor of Science, Neuroscience and Psychology, University of Toronto, Canada
Ayoub, L., Barnett, A., Leboucher, A., Golosky, M., McAndrews, M.P., Seminowicz, D.A., Moayedi, M. (2019). The medial temporal lobe in nociception: a meta-analytic and functional connectivity study. PAIN.
Audrain, S.*, Barnett, A. J.*, & McAndrews, M. P. (2018). Language network measures at rest indicate individual differences in naming decline after anterior temporal lobe resection. Human Brain Mapping, 39(11), 4404-4419. http://doi.org/10.1002/hbm.24281
Adnan, A.*, Barnett, A.*, Moayedi, M.*, McCormick, C., Cohn, M., & McAndrews, M. P. (2016). Distinct hippocampal functional networks revealed by tractography-based parcellation. Brain Structure and Function, 221(6), 2999-3012. *indicates equal contribution
Barnett, A. J., Park, M. T. M., Pipitone, J., Chakravarty, M. M., & McAndrews, M. P. (2015). Functional and structural correlates of memory in patients with mesial temporal lobe epilepsy. Frontiers in Neurology, 6, 103.
Cohn, M., St-Laurent, M., Barnett, A., & McAndrews, M. P. (2015). Social inference deficits in temporal lobe epilepsy and lobectomy: risk factors and neural substrates. Social cognitive and affective neuroscience, 10(5), 636-644.
McCormick, C., Protzner, A. B., Barnett, A. J., Cohn, M., Valiante, T. A., & McAndrews, M. P. (2014). Linking DMN connectivity to episodic memory capacity: what can we learn from patients with medial temporal lobe damage?. NeuroImage: Clinical, 5, 188-196.
2018: Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council Postdoctoral Fellowship ($90,000)
2016: ORT Travel Award, Krembil Research Institute ($500)
2016: Doctoral Completion Award, University of Toronto ($5180)
2016: 1st Place Award, Oral Presentation, The Krembil Research Day ($75)
2015: Morris Moscovitch Award, Toronto Area Memory Group ($75)
2014: Ontario Graduate Scholarship ($15,000)
2013: School of Graduate Studies Conference Grant ($500)
2012: School of Graduate Studies Conference Grant ($500)
2012: Allied Health Travel Grant ($1000)
2018-present, Course Instructor - Memory and Plasticity Mentorship Program, University of California, Davis
2016, Course Instructor - Cognitive Neuroscience, University of Toronto
2015-2016, Teaching Assistant - Cognitive Neuroscience, University of Toronto
2014, Teaching Assistant - Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, University of Toronto
2014, Teaching Assistant - Introduction to Perception, University of Toronto
2013-2014, Teaching Assistant - Introduction to Abnormal Psychology, University of Toronto
2011-2013, Teaching Assistant - Neurochemical Basis of Behaviour, University of Toronto