The Kalume Laboratory investigates the mechanisms that drive epilepsy and related conditions, with the goal of making discoveries that lead to improved treatments for affected children and adults.
The Mourad Lab's active areas of research and development involve the medical applications of physics. The primary focus is ultrasound and recently, near-IR and terahertz radiation.
Dr. Morrison's research focuses on molecular biology of neuronal cell death, proteomics and glial tumorgenesis.
The GRID Lab is interested in using electrocorticography (ECoG) to answer basic neuroscience questions as well as to develop tools for clinical and rehabilitative applications.
Dr. Ramirez studies neural mechanisms involved in the generation of respiratory rhythms, neocortical activity, and epilepsy.