About Aprinda Indahlastari
Dr. Indahlastari is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Dr. Woods lab, Center for Cognitive Aging and Memory (CAM) in the Department of Clinical and Health Psychology. She is a biomedical engineer by training and her research interests are in the fields of neuromodulation and neuroimaging. She received her B.S. from University of California, San Diego and M.S. from Arizona State University. Dr. Indahlastari earned her doctoral degree from Arizona State University. Her dissertation involved a validation study between human in-vivomeasurements and computational models of a non-invasive brain stimulation technique called transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS). Her current work is focusing on applications of tDCS coupled with cognitive training to remediate age-associated cognitive decline in older adults. She also incorporates multimodal neuroimaging techniques such as structural and functional MRI to assess cortical structures and any changes in neural efficiency and brain connectivity related to tDCS and cognitive training.