All work done by the CCNL depends heavily or computers, and you must be comfortable with this. We use the UNIX operating system and MATLAB so prior experience is helpful, though not necessary. In order to get the most out of working in the lab, you should have a firm neuroscience background (as evidenced by taking a course in this area) or a strong computer/math/physics background.
If you are a student at Emory, you may enroll in BIO 498 as an independent study project.
If you are a student at Georgia Tech, then you may enroll through either the School of Biomedical Engineering or the School of Psychology under their respective courses for independent study.
Graduate and MD/PhD students:
You may enroll for a lab rotation through the Graduate Division of Biomedical Sciences.