Neuroplasticity @ Rice

The T.L.L. Temple Foundation Neuroplasticity lab is focused on understanding the behavioral consequences of stroke, epilepsy, traumatic brain injury and other neurological disorders. The Lab is housed on the seventh floor of Rice’s BioScience Research Collaborative and part of the Department of Psychological Sciences. Randi Martin, the Elma Schneider Professor of Psychological Sciences, Simon Fischer-Baum, assistant professor of psychological sciences, and Bryan Denny, assistant professor of psychological sciences lead the laboratory’s research team.

Prospective graduate students should apply to the cognitive & affective neuroscience program in the Department of Psychological Sciences.