Welcome to the Jaeger lab, Rollins Research Center, Department of Biology, Emory University, Atlanta, GA, U.S.

Experimental and Computational Neurophysiology of Motor control under normal and pathological condition.

Greetings from the P.I.

I hope you enjoy our website.

 If you are a prospective student interested in our Neuroscience Graduate Program, or our Neuroscience and Behavioral Biology (NBB) Undergraduate Major, don’t feel shy to contact me.  

Postdoctoral applications are also welcome.  

We have many new exciting projects in Computational Neuroscience, in which modeling and electrophysiology are used interactively to contribute to our understanding of how basal ganglia and cerebellar circuits operate.

Experimental room’s post from the website designer

Hi everyone!

In our lab, we use different types of experimental strategies to explore brain functions.  

For example, electrophysiology allows us to monitor the electric signals emitted by neurons. 

Exciting! isn’t it?

For more details, I invite you to click on the ‘People’ and ‘Research’ sections linked in the top left of this page.

Hope you will enjoy the new design of our website 😉