The Human Neuronal Computation Lab in the Neurosurgery Department is looking for researchers with computational (signal processing, statistics, computational modeling) or coding (python, matlab, R) to work with human brain signals (single neuron activity, local field potential activity) in order to understand the neural underpinnings of human executive function.
Volunteer; This is a paid research position; Prepare a UROP proposal; Write an Honors Thesis or Senior Thesis
The lab has collected a lot of data, so students with coding and computational skills could make rapid progress on these organized datasets.
students will gain skills in neural data analysis, time series analysis, statistical modeling, and psychophysics, all while sharpening programming and data wrangling skills.
an interest in the brain and carrying out computational studies of brain activity, as well as basic computational and coding skills.