Undergraduate Research Opportunities in the Lab
The NeuroTech lab is a great learning opportunity for research assistants who are extremely reliable, resourceful, motivated, and attentive to detail. All research assistants are expected to commit to working in the lab for at least one year, and all RA's are expected to work a minimum of eight hours per week. We invite undergraduate students, who are interested in gaining valuable research experience, to contact us.
Future Graduate Students
Students interested in pursuing a career in the interdisciplinary fields of Movement Science, Psychology, Computer Science, and Bioengineering are especially encouraged to contact the lab.
Potential graduate students are advised to contact Dr. Hughes directly to inquire about open positions in the lab. The program curriculum is flexible enough to be tailored to the individual needs and career goals of the student. Qualified applicants can receive financial support in form of a teaching or research assistantships.