The Stanley Lab is excited to welcome 2 new students to the group! Jacqueline Zhu, a 1st year BME PhD student, to the lab. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Physics and Neuroscience from Emory University and previously worked with Dieter Jaeger and Shu Jia. Adriano … More Stanley Lab welcomes 2 new students to the team!
Join us! We are currently recruiting talented graduate students and postdocs in a couple of different areas described below. Please contact Prof. Stanley at email@example.com if you are interested! The Stanley laboratory focuses on the dynamics and control of complex neural circuits, particularly applied to “reading and writing” in sensory … More We’re recruiting!
Congratulations on a great defense, Michael! We’re sad to see you on your way out but you absolutely deserve all 3 letters behind your name! Michael’s thesis is called “Closed-Loop Optogenetic Control And Thalamic State”. He used engineering approaches to feedback control and state estimation to tackle the problem of … More Michael Bolus succesfully defends his PhD thesis!
The Stanley Lab secured a 2 year R21 Grant from the NIH/NINDS entitled “Interhemispheric interactions underlying bilateral somatosensation”. In this work, we will elucidate the neocortical laminar and cellular basis of interhemispheric computations underlying bilateral tactile interactions, and reveal their role in bilateral stimulus encoding and perception. We will investigate … More Stanley Lab Awarded New $275K Grant To Study Bilateral Touch Integration
On June 10, the Stanley Lab joined academics across the country in the #ShutDownAcademia, #ShutDownSTEM, and #Strike4BlackLives movement. In solidarity, we did not perform any research nor conduct business as usual, but instead, used the day to reflect and educate ourselves on the injustices in our country as well as within our department. … More Stanley Lab participates in #ShutDownSTEM