How Can I Get Involved?

Participate in a Study

**Brain Imaging and Behavior Study** 

We are currently recruiting individuals between the ages of 20 and 55 who:  

-have had a moderate to severe traumatic brain injury 


-have never had a brain injury and have no other neurological diagnoses or injuries

to participate in a brain imaging study that examines how the brain functions to complete thinking tasks.  If you are interested in learning more about the study, please email us at: and mention the EEG and fMRI study.  

Become a Member of the Lab 

Graduate Student:  The CNN Lab is currently recruiting for a student in the clinical area to start in Fall 2024.

Competitive applicants will have a background in human subjects neuropsychological research and traumatic brain injury.  

Note on advanced graduate training in clinical neuropsychology at UNL: Students interested in the academic and clinical study of brain and behavior relationships are able to pursue neuropsychology as a concentrated area of study within the Clinical Psychology Training Program. In addition to completing the core competency requirements of the clinical program, students choosing to specialize in this area will be expected to complete additional coursework, clinical practica, and research in the area of neuropsychology that conform to the education and training practices set forth by the Houston Conference Guidelines ( Coursework in neuropsychology and neuroscience are offered through the Psychology department and others on campus or within the University of Nebraska system. Clinical practica are made possible through close partnerships with local area hospitals and providers (e.g., Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital, University of Nebraska Medical Center). The abundance of invaluable resources at the Center for Brain, Biology and Behavior (CB3) such as advanced neuroimaging equipment, provide an enriched setting to conduct neuropsychological research.

Undergraduate Student Research Assistant:  There are currently no openings for undergraduate research assistants in the lab.  Please feel free to check back periodically for any new updates!