Dr. Pardilla-Delgado joined the lab as a postdoctoral fellow in September 2017, after finishing his PhD in Cognitive Psychology at the University of Notre Dame. His main research interests are memory, sleep and their interaction. His past research focused on the consolidation of gist-based false memories after a period of acute stress or a night of sleep.
Enma’s interests in the lab include investigating functional changes in the brain, particularly in memory-relevant structures, in preclinical autosomal-dominant Alzheimer’s disease, and how these relate to AD pathology biomarkers. He is also interested in studying sleep patterns and physiology and their relation to AD pathology and progression. He enjoys playing video games, basketball (although he hasn’t done it in ages), Doctor Who, Latin dancing, and going to the gym. [Click here to learn more]