Michael Gray is a recent graduate of the lab with wide-ranging interests in the field of cognitive neuroscience. Michael has extensive experience with both eye-tracking and EEG research methodologies. On a broad level, he is most interested in the crucial role neural oscillations (brain-waves) play in visual perception, attention, and short-term memory. Michael’s most recent project is using EEG to study alpha entrainment and its implications for individual alpha frequency. In his free time, Michael is an avid long-distance runner, and can often be found running laps around Central Park.