Unveiling the Secrets of Cognition through Neurophysiology
The Cognitive Neurophysiology Lab (CNL) studies the link between the brain and the mind using data from intracranial recordings as patients perform cognitive tasks and subsequently consolidate their memories during sleep. Intracranial neurophysiology allows us to monitor patients’ thoughts, memories, emotions down to the single neuron level using specialized electrodes. The lab also researches neuromodulation of memory—specifically the use of entorhinal and frontal cortex stimulation to ameliorate memory dysfunction. In collaboration with neuroengineering colleagues at UCLA we aim to develop memory aids for the ‘cognitive tsunami’ of an aging population of millions with memory impairments.
Delve into our extensive research areas, ranging from cognitive processes and memory encoding to neuromodulation techniques, as we unravel the intricate connections between the human brain and the mind.
Meet the driving force behind our groundbreaking research and innovative studies as well as our diverse and talented team of neuroscientists, researchers, and experts united by a shared passion for unraveling the complexities of the brain and mind.
Explore our vast collection of publications that showcase the culmination of our rigorous research efforts at the Cognitive Neurophysiology Lab.
Explore groundbreaking discoveries, exciting breakthroughs, and pioneering advancements in the field of cognitive neurophysiology.