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Welcome to the Wang Lab

The Wang laboratory does basic research in several areas: (1) information processing in the cerebellum, including its contributions to motor learning; (2) cerebellar roles in cognitive and affective function and autism spectrum disorder; (3) the improvement of tools for awake, in vivo optical imaging; and (4) synaptic learning rules throughout the brain.

We rely on advanced methods for the optical control and imaging of brain activity. Research interests are represented both by published papers and by more recent work. (For Sam Wang's public writings, see For Presidential polling meta-analysis see the Princeton Election Consortium.)

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We are hiring!

Postdoctoral Positions Available ­— Princeton Neuroscience Institute → 

Sam Wang's laboratory at Princeton has three fully funded positions available immediately. We study the cerebellum and other brain regions in rodents with a wide variety of tools, including two-photon microscopy, optogenetic circuit perturbation, virtual reality systems, and virus-based tracing methods.


Facts, myths and useful tips about your brain
By Sandra Aamodt and Sam Wang


A first draft of electoral history. Since 2004  
By Sam Wang