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Frequently Asked Questions

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How can I participate in your human research studies?

Thank you for your interest in our research. Currently, we are not recruiting human subjects for any projects. We encourage you to regularly check our website for announcements regarding future studies. Additionally, if you are interested in exploring other research opportunities, you may visit the Stanford Medicine clinical trials website.

Can I visit your lab?

Unfortunately, we cannot host visitors. 

How can I join your lab?

Currently, our lab does not have openings for new members, including internships and postdoctoral positions. However, for those interested in graduate studies, the Department of Neurobiology welcomes Ph.D. candidates through a variety of programs. Students can pursue their Ph.D. degree in fields including, but not limited to, the Biosciences Program (specifically the interdepartmental Neurosciences Ph.D. program), Applied Physics, Bioengineering, Electrical Engineering, Biology, and Computer Science. We appreciate your interest in our lab and encourage you to check back for future opportunities in joining our team.

How can I read your publications?

Most of our publications are available on this website. You can also find them on Google Scholar.

How can I support your research?

Thank you for your generosity and support. You can support our research by making a tax-deductible donation. If you need assistance with making a donation or are interested in exploring other gift options, please contact Stanford Medical Center Development.