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Jeff MacInnes


jeff.macinnes@duke.edu





2015-present

Postdoctoral Research Associate


Bass Connections: Art, Vision, & the Brain - Duke University


PI: Elizabeth N. Johnson, PhD



autism, face processing, eye-tracking, computer vision, undergraduate mentoring, visual arts


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2015-present

Postdoctoral Research Associate


Center for Cognitive Neuroscience - Duke University


Motivated Memory Laboratory

- PI: R. Alison Adcock, MD, PhD



real-time fMRI methods development, neurofeedback, cognitive neurostimulation of the midbrain


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education

2012-2015

PhD - Psychology & Neuroscience


Certificate in Cognitive Neuroscience


Duke University, Durham, NC



Dissertation:

Cognitive Neurostimulation: Learning to Volitionally Invigorate Mesolimbic Reward Network Activation


Committee:


R. Alison Adcock, MD PhD (advisor)


Timothy Strauman, PhD


Scott Huettel, PhD


Nan-kuei Chen, PhD




2009-2012

MA - Psychology & Neuroscience


Duke University, Durham, NC




2007

BS - Brain, Behavior, & Cognitive Science


University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI


University Honors; Minor - Philosophy of Mind



Research Advisor:

Oliver Schultheiss, PhD




publications

MacDuffie, KM, MacInnes J, Dickerson KC, Scult MA, Beaty RE, Eddington KM, Strauman TJ, Adcock RA. Motivating Engagement in Cognitive Therapy Strategies Using Real-Time FMRI Neurofeedback. (submitted)


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MacInnes JJ*, Dickerson KC*, Chen N, Adcock RA. (2016) Cognitive Neurostimulation: Learning to Volitionally Sustain Ventral Tegmental Area Activation. Neuron, 89(6)


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Ballard IC, Murty VP, Carter RM, MacInnes JJ, Huettel SA, Adcock RA. (2011) Dorsolateral prefrontal cortex drives mesolimbic dopaminergic regions to initiate motivated behaviors. Journal of Neuroscience, 31(28):10340-46


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Schultheiss OC, Patalakh M, Rawolle M, Liening S, MacInnes JJ. (2011) Referential competence is associated with congruence between implicit and explicit motivation. Journal of Research in Personality, 45, 59-70


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Carter RM*, MacInnes JJ*, Huettel SA, Adcock RA. (2009) Activation in the VTA and nucleus accumbens increases in anticipation of both gains and losses. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience . (3) 21


        --Commentary in: Seo, H (2010) Ambivalent Dopamine. Frontiers in Neuroscience




*co-first authorship

abstracts & presentations

2017

MacInnes J. Mapping the Geographic Spread of Collaborations Across Duke University Duke Research Computing, Scholars@Duke Data Visualization Competition


        --1st Place Winner



2016

Dickerson KC, MacInnes J, Chen N, Adcock RA. Cognitive Neurostimulation of the Dopamine System. American College of Neuropsychopharmacology



Iqbal S, MacInnes J. Dynamic Object-Gaze Tracking with OpenCV. PyData Carolinas


        --[watch]



MacDuffie, KM, Dickerson KC, MacInnes J, Eddington KM, Strauman TJ, Adcock RA. Real-time fMRI Neurofeedback Motivates Engagement of Cognitive Strategies for Depression. Society for Neuroscience


        --Selected as Hot Topic of SFN 2016



MacDuffie, KM, MacInnes J, Dickerson KC, Scult MA, Beaty RE, Eddington KM, Strauman TJ, Adcock RA. Motivating Engagement in Cognitive Therapy Strategies Using Real-Time FMRI Neurofeedback. Association for Psychological Science



MacInnes J, Wardle ME, Johnson EN. Facial Fixations: How Visual Exploration Varies Across Artistic Depictions of Faces. European Conference on Visual Perception: Visual Science of the Arts Conference



Johnson EN, MacInnes J, Iqbal S, Wardle ME, Pearson JM. Gaze Meets Space: Mapping Natural Viewing Behavior in the Gallery. European Conference on Visual Perception: Visual Science of the Arts Conference



2015

MacInnes J*, Dickerson KC*, Adcock RA. Cognitive Neurostimulation: Learning to volitionally sustain ventral tegmental area activation. Real-time Functional Imaging & Neurofeedback



Dickerson KC*, MacInnes J*, Adcock RA. Cognitive Neurostimulation: Learning to volitionally sustain ventral tegmental area activation. Organization for Human Brain Mapping



2014

MacInnes J*, Dickerson KC*, Adcock RA. Cognitive Neurostimulation: Learning to volitionally sustain ventral tegmental area activation. Translational Neuroscience



2013

MacInnes J*, Dickerson KC*, Adcock RA. Behavioral neurostimulation: Sustained activation of the human dopaminergic midbrain using real-time fMRI. Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting



Dickerson KC*, MacInnes J*, Adcock RA. Sustained activation of the human dopaminergic midbrain using real-time fMRI. Mechanisms of Motivation, Cognition, and Aging Interactions Annual Meeting



Carter RM, MacInnes J, Winecoff A, Adcock RA, Huettel SA. Distribution analysis of fMRI contrasts in social and affective tasks. Social and Affective Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting



2011

MacInnes J, Adcock RA. Intentional activation of the human dopaminergic midbrain: Experimental foundations for therapeutic behavioral neurostimulation. National Academy of Sciences: Kavli Frontiers of Science Symposia



MacInnes J, MacDuffie K, Adcock RA. Instructed salience modulates reward-motivated enhancements in item and relational memory. Cognitive Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting



2010

MacInnes J, MacDuffie K, Adcock RA. Differential impact of reward motivation on item versus source memory. Society of Neuroscience Annual Meeting



MacDuffie K, Murty V, MacInnes J, Johnson B, Adcock RA. Motivated word-list encoding: Valence or value? Duke University Center for Neuroeconomic Studies Annual Retreat



Ballard I, Murty V, MacInnes J, Carter RM, Huettel S, Adcock RA. Prefrontal origin of reward information in the mesolimbic dopamine system. Cognitive Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting



2009

MacInnes J* Carter RM, Adcock RA, Huettel S. Rewards earned for others – An fMRI study of the neural correlates of altruism. Cognitive Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting



2008

MacInnes J, Rouse E, Figueroa S, Ely S, Adcock RA. Pupillary indices of successful reward-motivated learning. Soc. for Neuroscience Annual Meeting



MacInnes J, Rouse E, Figueroa S, Ely S, Adcock RA. Pupil responses to reward cues as predictors of long-term memory for associated images. Duke University Center for Neuroeconomics Annual Meeting


*co-first authorship

teaching experience

courses

Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging


Spring 2016 - Graduate Course, Duke University



Introduction to Cognitive Neuroscience


Summer 2014 - Duke University




guest lectures

fMRI Methods in Cognitive Neuroscience


Summer 2016 - Duke University



Cognitive Neurostimulation of Effective Learning States


Fall 2014 - Duke University



Real-time fMRI and Applications


Spring 2013 - fMRI methods group, Duke University



Physiological De-noising of fMRI data


Spring 2013 - fMRI methods group, Duke University



Advanced Imaging Analyses


Spring 2012 - Undergraduate fMRI course, Duke University



Real-time fMRI and MVPA


Fall 2011 - Graduate fMRI course, Duke University



K-Space and MR Physics


Fall 2011 - Graduate fMRI course, Duke University




teaching asst.

Biological Basis of Behavior


Spring 2013 - Undergraduate course, Duke University



Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging


Spring 2012 - Undergraduate course, Duke University



Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging


Fall 2011 - Graduate course, Duke University




recognitions & memberships

  • 2017 - 1st place, scholars@duke data visualization competition
  • 2016 - Brain Awareness Week exhibit planner, volunteer
  • 2015 - Real-Time Functional Imaging & Neurofeedback Student Travel Award
  • 2015 - Duke Graduate School Travel Award
  • 2015 - Science & Society Visualization Award, 3rd place
  • 2009-2013 - James B. Duke Graduate Fellowship
  • 2012 - Dir. of Design, Board of Directors, Duke Brain Awareness week
  • 2010 - NSF Fellow, East Asia & Pacific Summer Institutes
  • 2008-2010 - Society for Neuroscience member
  • 2009 - NSF Graduate Research Fellowship, Honorable Mention
  • 2008-2009 - Cognitive Neuroscience Society member
  • 2005-2007 - University Honors, University of Michigan
  • 2006-2007 - Undergraduate Psychological Society member, University of Michigan
  • 2002-2007 - Michigan Competitive Scholarship
  • 2002 - Ruth M. Butler Community Service Award