Understanding the attention system through neuroimaging
Description of Research Project:
Our laboratory examines the attention system of the brain in both healthy individuals and in those with ADHD. We use electroencephalography (EEG) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in measuring brain activity of the attention system, with the goal of understanding how it works and what goes wrong in ADHD. The lab provides unique opportunities to work with multiple neuroimaging (EEG,fMRI, concurrent EEG-fMRI) modalities, eye tracking, behavioral and neuropsychological data.
Description of Student Responsibilities:
As part of this research position, the student will be involved in a combination of the following activities: processing of neuroimaging data, acquisition of EEG or MRI data, data entry.