Here are some former Jagust lab members and what they are up to now.
Mark is in the Stats PhD program at UNC Chapel Hill. He hopes to be making his way back to statistical applications in neuroimaging and Alzheimer's Disease research in the near future.
Renaud La Joie
Renaud graduated from the Paris 6 university / École normale supérieure with an MSc in neuroscience and from the University of Caen with a PhD in Psychology. During his graduate training with Dr. Gaël Chételat, he gained expertise in multimodal brain imaging and the neuropsychology of aging and dementia before joining the Jagust lab for a year as a visiting scholar. Renaud is now working with Dr. Gil Rabinovici at the UCSF Memory and Aging Center, just across the Bay Bridge.
Andreas worked in the Jagust lab for three years as an undergraduate at Berkeley under Dr. Jagust and Dr. Gil Rabinovici, where he completed his honors thesis entitled "Subtyping PPA: Towards a Quantitative Approach to Classification of Primary Progressive Aphasia Using [18F] FDG-PET and Domain-Specific Cognitive Performance". Andreas continued his work with the lab after graduation for two years as the PET Research Coordinator at the UCSF Memory and Aging Center. Now in snowy Rhode Island, Andreas is pursuing his MD and MSc in Primary Care Population Medicine at Brown University's Warren Alpert Medical School, where he is conducting thesis research on subjective experiences of older adults aging in institutional settings.