Undergraduate Neuroscience Research Opportunities
We study vision loss due to hypoxic-ischemic insult to the brain, including the optic nerve and retina, in order to identify effective ways to restore vision.
We want to understand how the neural retina is formed during development and how to protect the retina from disease-induced damages.
The Stanford Brain Performance Center is a scientific research center that examines the limits of brain performance, advances the neuroscience of prediction in childhood, injury recovery, and aging, and delivers state-of-the-science care.
We want to understand the molecular details of electrical signaling in the brain.
The Shah Lab focuses on understanding the hormonal and molecular differences between males and females in health and diseases such as autism.
Our lab is interested in understanding the mechanisms underlying the development and regeneration of these sensory hair cells.
Our team is using deep learning to improve medical imaging.
We investigate the mechanisms of human neurodegenerative diseases, including ALS, Alzheimer's disease and Parkinson's disease.
The Druckmann lab wants to discover how behavior is connected to the patterns of activity in the brain’s neurons and how behavior is influenced by the way neurons connect and communicate with each other.
Our lab seeks to understand distributed computations and neural circuits that drive dynamic, complex behavior, mainly focusing social interactions.