Research topics: The Stanford Brain Performance Center at Stanford is a multidisciplinary research center that focuses on advancing the neuroscience of brain performance through development, injury, and aging. Examples of work include traumatic brain injury guideline development, sports-related concussion studies, dynamic vision normatives in children, sex-based differences in brain injury recovery, health disparities among neurocritical care, and mental health and injury.
Techniques: We do not operate in a traditional "lab" setting. We use data set development through prospective and retrospective clinical studies to further scientific research. Data for analyses may include neuroimaging, biomarkers, and other outcomes.
Seeking undergrads for: Academic year, Summer
Location: Flexible, with possibilities for remote or on-campus research projects
Required skills: CITI training, understanding of ethics in research, ideally experience with EXCEL, REDCap, and basic statistics concepts - Motivation, professionalism, time management skills
This lab is particularly interested in mentoring: Undergrads from backgrounds that are underrepresented in STEM, Undergrads without previous exposure to laboratory research
How to apply: Contact Dr. Lumba-Brown (email@example.com)