Shane Colombo

Shane Colombo

Shane recently earned his BA in Psychology from San Francisco State University in 2016 and is now lab manager and research assistant in the SCAN Lab. Shane's research is supported by the Bridge to PhD in the Natural Sciences, an NSF funded program at Columbia University. Previously, Shane worked as a research assistant in Dr. Josh Woolley's Bonding and Attuenment in Neuropsychiatric Disorders lab at UCSF. Here he investigated the role of the neuropeptide oxytocin on multi-actor representation and the inhibition of imitative behavior. He is currently working on fMRI and behavioral studies which examine the ways in which person perception evolves in real-time as novel information is obtained.