This is the home page for the Stufflebeam Laboratory at the Athinoula A. Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging at the Massachusetts General Hospital.  The PI is Steven M Stufflebeam.

We investigate how the timing of neural events influences brain function and perception, in both health and disease.  The lab's current efforts center on epilepsy, brain tumors, and the healthy human brain.  By using multiple imaging technologies including high-field magnetic resonance imaging (3 and 7 Tesla), whole-head magnetoencephalography, and high-density electroencephalography, we image the brain at multiple time and spatial scales.  Through collaborations at MGH and beyond, the lab is also creating biologically realistic computational models to understand the biophysicial principles underlying all functional neuroimaging.  We are also collaborating with other groups to explore optical imaging, and invasive neurophysiologic measurements in humans.

Our laboratory is interested in talented graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, and research assistants. Active recruiting for positions are listed under the Positions link on the left.