The Neural Crossroads laboratory combines large-scale electrophysiological recordings with novel behavioral and computational modeling approaches to investigate whether rhythmic coordination of neural activity is important for brain function. We always seek enthusiastic, responsible, and proactively helpful students to join our team as research assistants.
There are currently a couple routes for applying to work with our research group:
Campus Research Programs:
The University of California, San Diego has several programs that support undergraduate research. Please see a list of available programs here, and let us know if you are specifically hoping to be matched with our research group by sending a message to email@example.com.
Apply directly to our lab by completing our form, and send a resume/CV to firstname.lastname@example.org