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Undergraduate Neuroscience Research Opportunities

Stanford undergraduates are encouraged to explore the wide variety of neuroscience research opportunities available on campus, including those posted here (all by labs actively seeking undergraduate research assistants). Stanford faculty seeking research assistants are invited to submit opportunities for undergraduates. For help, please contact Elise Kleeman.

We want to build tools to better track, characterize, and use information about sleep and circadian rhythms to improve human health.
We want to develop treatments for brain injury associated with premature birth.
We aim to map the development of human visual cortex and visual perception.
Our research seeks to advance our understanding of cerebrovascular disease and to develop new minimally invasive treatments for these diseases.
Our goal is to make quantitative links between cortical activity measured in humans with perceptual behavior.
The research objectives of the Stanford Memory Laboratory are to understand the psychological and neural mechanisms that build memories and enable their expression, as well as how these mechanisms change with age and disease.
We study mechanisms of human vision, its development and degradation in disease.
The goal of our research is to understand the algorithms used by the brain to implement learning.
The Educational Neuroscience Initiative brings together elementary school education and neuroscience research to understand how children’s brains change with learning.
We want to understand how nutrition influences brain development and social behavior.