Decoding Memory in Health and Disease
Integrating innovative experimental and analytical methods, our lab provides unprecedented insight into how neural activity failures lead to memory impairment and reveals novel ways to engineer neural activity to repair brain function.
News from the Singer Lab
- Abby Paulson presents her work to Chancellor & Board of RegentsAfter winning an award for her 3 minute thesis presentation, Abby was invited to present to the Chancellor and Board […]
- Paper Alert: Nonplace cells — what are they good for?Non-place cells discriminate real goals from the fakes. Check out our latest paper led by Lu Zhang with Stephanie Prince […]
- NAE Invites Singer to Deliver Gilbreth Lecture at 2022 National MeetingSinger has received a Gilbreth Lectureship from the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) and will present her work on neural […]
Prospective Post-Doctoral Fellows
& Graduate Students
We welcome applications for post-doctoral fellows. Email Dr. Singer with a CV, list of references, summary of your past research and future research directions. We are seeking highly motivated and innovative graduate students with engineering, computational, or neuroscience experience.
Graduate students already accepted into a PhD program at Georgia Tech or Emory, please contact Dr. Singer to arrange a meeting.
Prospective graduate students, please apply to one of the graduate programs in Biomedical Engineering at Georgia Tech and Emory or the Neuroscience graduate program at Emory.