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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 generate transplantable eye and tissue from a patients own cells to restore sight.
Our goal is to understand how neural networks become prone to seizures, and how we can prevent or reverse changes leading to pediatric epilepsy.
Chen Lab studies the molecular and circuitry mechanisms underlying descending pain modulation.
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.
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.
Our focus is on the basic molecular mechanisms of stem cells and muscle and their application to aging, regenerative medicine, and disease.