The Multisensory Perception Lab is accepting graduate students to start in the Fall of 2020. Please contact Dr. David Brang (Lab Director) at email@example.com if you have any questions.
Lab members have the opportunity to work with a variety of patient populations and research techniques, including EEG, ECoG, fMRI, DTI, psychophysics, and computational analyses (Convolutional Neural Networks). Graduate students are encouraged to work on multiple projects simultaneously in order to answer research questions using complementary techniques.
Past experience with EEG is helpful but not required and some programming experience is preferred. Our lab is currently supported by funding from the National Institutes of Health (NIDCD) through 2020, support from the University of Michigan, as well as additional funding through our collaborators.