Brain Mapping Research Opportunity
Motivated undergraduate students are invited to join our Lab, the Neurocognition and Imaging Research Laboratory (NIRL) to learn functional and structural brain imaging and electrophysiological data acquisition methods. Our research examines the neurobiological underpinnings of adolescent-onset neuropsychiatric disorders, using magnetic resonance imaging and electrophysiological recordings. The student would be involved in EEG (electrophysiological) data acquisition, and MRI image analysis under supervision form an instructor and a graduate student. Prior experience with these methodologies not required, though helpful. Students will be expected to dedicate a minimum of 8-10 hours/week to the research project. We strongly encourage applications from diverse backgrounds. We are particularly interested in students who would consider continuing in the lab to engage in honors thesis, or other credit research.