Clay Holroyd elected to Royal Society of Canada's College of New Scholars

Clay Holroyd is a Canada Research Chair in cognitive neuroscience. His primary research concerns how the brain
selects and sustains extended sequences of effortful behaviour, such as how we follow through with a decision to jog
up a steep mountain. He has produced 80 publications that have been cited more than 7000 times, and is well known
for his commitment to mentoring a cadre of highly-qualified personnel