The Gazzaley lab is a cognitive neuroscience
research lab at the University of California, San Francisco focused on
studying the neural mechanisms of memory and attention, how these
processes change with normal aging and dementia, and how we might
intervene therapeutically to alleviate memory and attention deficits.
The lab utilizes state of the art techniques and analytical approaches
to address its scientific and clinical goals by coupling behavioral
assessments, functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI),
electroencephalography (EEG) and transcranial magnetic stimulation
Under the direction of Dr. Adam Gazzaley the lab supports research
associates, undergraduates, medical students and residents, PhD
students, and post-doctoral fellows in their research and educational
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