Dr. Damon Lamb

Mentor
Damon Lamb, PhD
Project Title
Multiple Projects
Time Commitment
11-15 hours/week, 16-20 hours/week, 6-10 hours/week
Method
Research Credit, Unpaid
Possible Co-Authorship
Yes
Project Description
We apply advanced Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy techniques to study PTSD/TBI and other complex disorders and disease. Student’s work will make heavy use of HiPerGator and other computational resources for data organization, processing and analysis. Students will learn advanced neuroimaging techniques and their application in human research. Computational neuroscience (biophysical modeling of neurons) projects are possible for a well prepared and highly motivated student. Ideally, students should be comfortable with the command line in Linux and have programming experience (We use Matlab, bash, R and other languages as appropriate, e.g., python), although strong students interested in learning may come without these skills. High-achieving incoming students and freshmen are encouraged.

Contact Info

Email:  dlamb@ufl.edu

Phone:  NA