PhD, Psychology (Brain, Behavior and Cognitive Sciences), York University, 2017
MA, Psychology (Brain, Behavior and Cognitive Sciences), York University, 2010
BSc (Honors), Psychology, York University, 2007
Dr. Curtis is an Assistant Professor and the Director of the Cognition, Aging, Sleep, and Health (CASH) Lab in the College of Nursing at USF. Her research focuses on the bidirectional associations between sleep and cognition in healthy and pathological aging populations. Current research investigates how cognitive training impacts sleep, cognition and associated functions. She also examines sex differences and other risk factors (pain, medication) that alter sleep and cognitive profiles across the lifespan.