Brain Behavior Lab
The Brain Behavior Lab (B2Lab) strives to advance the understanding of brain dynamics underlying cognition, perception, and movement. To do so, we utilize non-invasive brain stimulation (NIBS) to investigate neural plasticity within brain networks in healthy participants and patient populations.
Our goal is to better understand the neural networks that drive human behavior in order to provide a basis for novel rehabilitative treatments. If you’re interested in getting involved, please consider volunteering to participate in one of our ongoing studies!
We are examining healthy brain function and behavior across the lifespan. Consider helping us fill gaps in our current understanding of how the brain enables the body to move by volunteering in one of our healthy volunteer studies.
We are studying the neural basis of neurological disorders (such as Parkinson’s disease and stroke) and their treatment. The goal of the research is to leverage this knowledge to develop novel treatment interventions using noninvasive brain stimulation (e.g.,, transcranial magnetic stimulation, TMS, and transcranial direct current stimulation, tDCS). Consider helping us fill these knowledge gaps by volunteering in one of our research studies.
COVID-19 Response and Preparedness
The B2Lab is taking every precaution to keep our participants and study staff safe during this pandemic. Please rest assured that your safety is our top priority. We are following all University guidance and updates regarding the COVID-19 situation. We are diligently disinfecting surfaces, limiting capacities to allow for social distancing, and using personal protective equipment like gloves and masks.