With the help of dedicated volunteers, our lab is able to successfully research human mobility and balance using neuroscience. Hands-on experience in the lab is a great way to learn techniques used in clinical neuroscience labs, as well as, other research-based labs. Our volunteers are able to partake in many aspects of research such as:
- working alongside skilled graduate students to augment their education
- learn to process data using universal programs such as LabVIEW
- working with lab equipment such as Force Plates, Portable Accelerometers, Electroencephalography (EEG), Galvanic Skin Response (GSR), Electromyography (EMG), Lean and Release systems, GAITRite systems, and much more!
There are many opportunities to explore the world of neuroscience with the various projects running in the lab! If you're interested in a certain area, you can learn more about what each member of the lab is currently working on.
If you are interested in volunteering in the lab, complete our lab volunteer form, or come out to one of our lab meetings held every Friday at 9:00am in the Toby Jenkins Building Meeting Room (340 Hagey Blvd).