Congratulations to Mileini!

We would like to congratulate the PALM’s graduate student, Mileini Campez, on the recent acceptance of her poster titled: “The Impact of Methylphenidate on Perceptual and Cognitive Mechanisms Underlying Choice Impulsivity in Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)”, to the 2017 Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (ABCT) conference. We are very proud of Milieni and are thrilled she will be representing PALM at ABCT this...

The PALM Director Publishes New Collaborative Research Findings

Dr. Joseph Raiker, the Director of the Program for Attention, Learning, and Memory (PALM) recently led a study, in collaboration with his colleagues, assessing the utility of a widely-used clinical rating scale in a community mental health clinic for diagnosing ADHD. This study is the first to provide clinicians with multilevel diagnostic likelihood ratios using these scales in hopes of facilitating their widespread clinical use in the empirically-based assessment of ADHD. You can learn more at the following link in the Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent...

Congratulations to PALM graduate students!

The PALM’s first graduate student, Mileini Campez, was recently selected to receive a 2017 APAGS Psychological Science Research Grant to fund a joint project with the PALM’s second graduate student, Kelcey Little. We are delighted to have them as representatives of the PALM and look forward to seeing where this work takes them. To read more about this project, please click...

Congratulations to Stephanie P.

PALM would like to congratulate one of our superstar undergraduates, Stephanie Padron, who was recently selected to compete in Nationals for FIU’s mock trial team! Way to represent PALM.

PALM Director Selected to Receive 2016 CHADD Young Scientist Research Award

PALM would like to congratulate our director, Dr. Raiker, on his receipt of one of two 2016 CHADD Young Scientist Research Awards. CHADD is one of the largest advocacy groups for parents and children with ADHD and PALM is delighted that they consider the work that we do as vital to improving the lives of children impacted by this disorder. Dr. Raiker will receive this award at the Annual International Conference on...

PALM Welcomes New Graduate Student

The PALM would like to extend a warm welcome to the newest addition to our team. We are happy that Kelcey Little has decided to complete her graduate training in the Clinical Science Program here at FIU and conduct research with the PALM. She comes to us from one of the best laboratories in the country conducting research on cognition in children with ADHD, the Children’s Learning Clinic – IV (CLC-IV) at the University of Central Florida, and we look forward to her applying her vast skill set to the work we are conducting. Welcome...

Congratulation to Rebecca!

PALM would like to congratulate one of our former undergraduate research assistants on her recent accomplishment! Rebecca secured an incredible research assistant opportunity to work on the landmark Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development study funded by the NIH at Virginia Commonwealth University. We wish you luck on your endeavors...

PALM Undergraduate Wins Award!

Congratulations to Stephanie Morris on being awarded the very competitive and prestigious Kaplan Prize during the 2016 FIU Student Life Awards & Ceremony based on her accomplishments as an undergraduate at FIU so far. Way to represent the Program for Attention, Learning, and...