Dept. of Physiology and Pharmacology
London, Ontario, Canada
Website : www.everling-lab.org
Twitter : @stefan_everling
Vocalization-related activity in the anterior cingulate cortex
Stefan Everling, Ph.D., serves as a professor of physiology and pharmacology at the University of Western Ontario. Born in 1968, he pursued his studies in Biology and Psychology at the University of Bremen, where he also earned his Dr.rer.nat. After completing postdoctoral training under Dr. Douglas Munoz at Queen's University, Kingston, Canada, and a position at the MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit in Cambridge, Dr. Everling joined the University of Western Ontario as an Assistant Professor, eventually rising to the rank of Full Professor
Dr. Everling's research investigates the neural basis of attention, cognitive control, and decision-making processes. Employing electrophysiological recordings and functional magnetic resonance imaging in nonhuman primates, his laboratory investigates both local and lagre-scale neural circuits that support these functions. In 2016, the team broadened their scope, incorporating marmosets alongside macaque monkeys in their studies.