As a non-tenure-track instructor, research is not part of my job description, but I still do a bit of research using a relatively new brain imaging technique called fNIRS. I work with several undergraduate students and get many requests to join the lab each semester. I can’t admit as many students as would like to join, so I’m very choosy. If you are interested in working with me, you need to earn an A (or currently be earning an A) in both PSB 3002 (Behavioral Neuroscience) and PSY 3213 (Research Methods). If you have excelled (or are currently excelling) in those courses, contact me about applying to join the fNIRS lab.