We welcome dedicated, motivated, and passionate people with an insatiable desire for learning and growth

Postdocs: I am looking for a postdoc. If you are curious about my research projects, please send me an email and we will get the conversation started. 

Graduate students: PhD students accepted into any of the following programs at Georgia Tech are eligible to join the lab: Quantitative Biosciences, Biomedical Engineering (BME), Biology, Bioinformatics, and BioEngineering. If you are curious about the kind of research my lab does, please get in touch. I am happy to help, and I can advocate for your application during the admission process. Strong candidates are those with the passion and motivation to learn about how the brain functions during behavior. If you already have gained some relevant experimental and computational skills, that would be a plus!

Technicians and research staff: Research technicians with prior expertise in systems and behavioral neuroscience are welcome to apply.

Master's & undergraduate students: Undergraduates with the following interests are welcome to apply: experimental (mouse systems/behavioral neuroscience), engineering (3D printing, mechanical, electrical & computer engineering), and computational (machine learning, modeling).

Available position: We are looking for a postdoc with skills in experimental systems and behavioral neuroscience. Please get in touch if skilled, and interested in our research.


In simple words, our mission is to be good people who do good science

My hope is to provide a transparent and friendly environment where you feel respected, and are best prepared to grow in your career.

I hope to provide training along all the following dimensions:

Diversity statement

We advocate for social justice, and are committed to building a lab culture that promotes fairness and empowerment for each individual. Please help us achieve this goal by applying to our lab regardless of your socioeconomic and disability status, nationality and ethnicity, gender and age, sexual orientation and religious beliefs. 


July 2023:

My interview for WiN (Women in Neuroscience) podcast is published here. Could be helpful for your career planning.

May 2023: 

Our lab renovations are over! So excited about our new and beautiful lab space :)

Tim Stamm (ECE) joined our lab to help lead the engineering projects in the lab. Also multiple new undergrads (ME, EE, CE, Neuro, Bio) joined our lab to help with our ongoing projects. 

Apr 2023: 

Vanshika did her first practice surgery! She is doing a great job with ordering supplies and equipment for our lab.

Jan 2023: 

I started my role as a PI :) , together with my research tech, Vanshika, and an undergrad, Reagan!