Dr. Strauss moved to UGA in January, 2017 and the CAN lab opened its doors for research in July 2017 after 6 months of lab construction. We thought it would be fun to show the progression of our lab space from our arrival in 2017 when the lab was but a skeleton of metal beams and dreams, to our current thriving and successful operation today. Our lab consists of >1200 square feet of space. It includes 4 testing rooms (for EEG, eye tracking, psychophysiological, and neuropsychological testing), a control room (to run experiments in adjoining rooms), open work space and stations for staff, a separate storage room housing a freezer (for saliva samples), and space for cleaning equipment (e.g., EEG caps) and storage. There is also separate space for employee, postdoc, and grad student offices.
Pictures also display research facilities we use at the UGA BioImaging Research Center and Clinical Translational Research Unit.