We are hiring a Post Doctoral Fellow! More information related to the position and applicant submission can be found here.

New Appointment: Dr. Buard appointed Associate Director of Research, Movement Disorders Center. More information can be found here.

New Funding: CU Neurology Intradepartmental grant awarded (PI: Buard) to investigate the relationship between cortical sleep patterns disruption after traumatic brain injury and sleep and memory systems.

Learning opportunities with the CU Neuro-Magnetic Lab:

April Fineberg, an undergraduate student from Regis University, joined our lab to explore frontal gamma band modulation in people with Parkinson’s disease.

COVID19 Update June 1st, 2021

Thank you for visiting the CU Neuro-Magnetic Laboratories website! 
We have been resuming our services as safely and considerately as possible regarding COVID19 to ensure the well-being of those who participate in our research and clinic-related activities. The CU Anschutz campus has implemented many safeguards to help promote safe and healthy encounters between researchers, participants, and the community. Some of these safeguards include remote work, health screenings prior to accessing our campus, thorough cleaning of research and clinic spaces before and after visits, mask mandate throughout the campus grounds, and drastically limiting amount of people allowed within a room.
 
Our current COVID-19 Guidelines for Visitors are:
  • If you are vaccinated:
    • Fully vaccinated visitors are allowed on campus in all areas and do not need to complete the daily health questionnaire, wear masks, or observe physical distancing – with the exception of clinical environments and indoor events of more than 45 people, where masks are required at all times regardless of vaccination status; and in conference rooms, when attendance exceeds the approved posted COVID-capacity.
  • If you are unvaccinated:
    • Unvaccinated individuals may visit campus but must complete the daily health questionnaire, remain masked at all times (unless outdoors and able to safely keep 6 feet or more from others), and observe physical distancing indoors and outdoors on campus.
If you have questions or concerns regarding participation, please do not hesitate to reach out to us. We are happy to help and can provide more in-depth information regarding our safety precautions.
Thank you,
CU Neuro-Magnetic Laboratories

Neurologic Music Therapy Training
February 2020

We hosted a training at the University of Colorado – Anschutz Medical Campus in conjunction with the Academy of Neurologic Music Therapy to teach music therapists (and other disciplines) research-based music therapy techniques to better serve people who have neurologic conditions (such as Autism Spectrum Disorder, Parkinson’s Disease, Aphasia, just to name a few).
More information about neurologic music therapy can found here.

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