Bryce Mander, PhD
Assistant Professor at UC Irvine
Bryce is a cognitive neuroscientist studying how sleep disturbance contributes to cognitive decline in aging and dementia. His current focus examines how quantitative EEG features during sleep track dementia neuropathology, cognitive impairment, and brain structure.
Previously, he was a postdoctoral fellow at UC Berkeley, specializing in the role of sleep in normal and abnormal cognitive aging. He received his Ph.D. at Northwestern, studying the effects of sleep loss on brain function in the lab of Phyllis Zee.