Emily S. Finn

Assistant Professor

Dartmouth College

United States

May 2017 Highest Degree

Field of Research
Brain Area
  • Whole Brain
  • Cognition (general)
  • Language
  • Emotion
  • Attention
  • Developmental
  • Psychiatry
  • MRI
  • Behavioural
  • Univariate
  • Multivariate
  • Predictive Models
  • Connectivity
  • Computational Modeling
Other keywords

individual differences, naturalistic tasks

  • Thomas Yeo (Assistant Professor - National University of Singapore) Jun 13, 2019

    I have seen Emily's talks multiple times at OHBM and the Whistler workshops since she was a graduate student. She has grown tremendously as a scientist and her talks are just fantastic. She is a true rising star.

  • Simon Eickhoff (Group leader/ Director/ Head of Department - INM-7, Forschungszentrum J├╝lich) May 21, 2019

    I saw Emily speak several times, last at the SANS meeting in Miami. What I particularly like about her presentations is that she combines cutting edge science on connectomics-based predictions and naturalistic stimulations with a very good style of presentation that is extremely pleasant and easy to follow.

  • Russell Poldrack (Professor - Stanford University) Mar 06, 2019

    Emily has done some really outstanding work on the use of connectivity patterns to identify features of individuals and relate them to behavior. And she gives a great talk!