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Koret Human Neurosciences Community Laboratory

The Koret Human Neurosciences Community Laboratory serves as a Stanford-wide hub for collaborative human neuroscience research.

We provide shared access to state-of-the-art research-grade electroencephalography (EEG) and transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) technologies for scientists across campus to initiate new research projects in an inclusive environment that promotes communication and transparency.

Our welcoming space in the new Stanford Neuroscience building complements Stanford Health Care's world-class clinical neuroscience operations, and includes a suite of testing rooms designed to provide a comfortable and supportive environment for research participants and their care-givers. We look forward to working with investigators of all levels of expertise to develop protocols and approaches to advance our understanding of the human brain in health and disease.

Anthony Norcia, PhD, and Nolan Williams, MD

Koret Human Neurosciences Community Laboratory Faculty Directors

We are Hiring

The lab is seeking an experienced staff director for our new facility. Interested candidates should review our job posting to learn more and apply.


We offer high-density EEG brain recording technology and an array of sensory stimulation protocols to address a wide range of research questions in human neuroscience.

Our state-of-the-art TMS facility offers the latest technology and expertise for research involving precisely targeted non-invasive brain stimulation.

Get in touch to discuss collaborating with the lab on a research project. We are happy to work with investigators of all experience levels.


The Koret Human Neuroscience Community Lab is supported by a generous gift from the Koret Foundation and by the Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute.