Welcome to the Vision & Cognitive Neuroscience Lab
WHAT WE STUDY:
How do our brains make sense of the world around us? Our lab explores the interactions between visual attention, memory, perception, and eye movements. We focus on how objects and their spatial locations are perceived and coded in the brain, and how these representations are influenced by eye movements, shifts of attention, and other top-down factors. For more details, please check out the Research and Publications pages.
HOW WE STUDY IT:
We use a combination of methodologies including human behavior, neuroimaging, and computational analyses. Our lab is supported by grants from the National Institutes of Health, National Science Foundation, Sloan Research Foundation, and Ohio Supercomputer Center.
WHO WE ARE:
We are a team of researchers fascinated by perception and the brain! You can read more about us and our research interests on the Lab Members page. We at the Golomb Lab work to create an intellectually stimulating, collaborative, and supportive space in which all individuals are valued and given the best chance to succeed – regardless of race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, or disability. We celebrate the diversity of our members and of our community.
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INTERESTED IN JOINING THE LAB?
Please see our Job Ads for current open positions.
Prospective undergraduate, graduate, and postdoctoral researchers
should email Dr. Julie Golomb (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more info.