Alice Kim is a research associate at York University and the Rotman Research Institute of Baycrest. She uses cognitive neuroscience methods to investigate human memory and the brain. Her goal is to translate what we know about memory into practical applications for the real world. Throughout her MA and PhD training, she used scalp-recorded event-related potentials to investigate how information is processed and how new memories are formed. She is currently investigating neurocognitive processes that lead to improved memory.