Dr. Michael Reinhart’s research uses a variety of experimental techniques, including psychophysics, eye movements, electrophysiology, and noninvasive brain stimulation to address theoretically important questions in mainstream cognitive psychology and neuroscience. Current work is in the lab is focused on understanding the mechanisms underlying the control of visual perception, cognition, and action, as well as how these systems break down in neuropsychiatric disorders, such as schizophrenia.
PI/Director, Visual Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory
Faculty Member, Center for Systems Neuroscience (CSN)
Faculty Member, Cognitive Neuroimaging Center (CNC)
Faculty Member, Center for Research in Sensory Communication and Emerging Neural Technology (CReSCENT)
Faculty Member, Graduate Program in Neuroscience (GPN)
Teaching Faculty, Berenson-Allen Center for Noninvasive Brain Stimulation, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard Medical School
Reinhart, R. M., & Nguyen, J. A. (2019). Working memory revived in older adults by synchronizing rhythmic brain circuits. Nature neuroscience, 1.