Our goal is to revolutionize the treatment of psychiatric and neurological illness by developing novel brain stimulation paradigms. We identify and target network dynamics of physiological and pathological brain function. We combine computational modeling, optogenetics, in vitro and in vivo electrophysiology in animal models and humans, control engineering, and clinical trials. We strive to make our laboratory a productive, collaborative, and happy workplace.
The Frohlich lab is hiring for two new post-doctoral positions:
1. Involving the study of cortical network dynamics using in vitro electrophysiology. Click here for more information!
2. Involving studying the effect of non-invasive brain stimulation on cortical dynamics. Click here for more information!
Congrats on the NIMH BRAINS R01 grant!
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