The Department of Neurology at NYU School ofMedicine is looking for talented and motivated undergraduate and graduate students who want to gain experience in neuroimaging research applied to cognition and epilepsy. Students from all disciplines are welcome to apply.
The Cognitive Neurophysiology Research Group consists of scientists and clinicians who work in close collaboration. Our research on humans is aimed at bridging the fields of neuroscience and clinical neurology to advance the understanding of the human brain in health and disease.
Available neuroimaging methodologies include fMRI, morphometry, MEG and intracranial EEG. Training will be provided.
If interested, please contact:
Thomas Thesen, Ph.D.
thomas (dot) thesen (at) med (dot) nyu (dot)edu
Here are just some of the available research projects:
Development of non-invasive language mapping protocols for clinical use
Sensory and cognitive information-processing in humans: Intracranial EEG
MRI morphometry in epilepsy: Postictal psychosis and Ttemporal lobe epilepsy