The Saez lab (a.k.a. Invasive Cognitive Neurophysiology laboratory) studies the neural basis of human cognition and decision-making behavior. We do this by leveraging the unique research opportunities that arise in clinical settings, by studying patients populations that have invasive electrophysiological recordings (deep brain stimulation, stereotactic EEG) or focused brain lesions.

The lab is based in the department of Neurological Surgery and the Center for Neuroscience at UC Davis. One of our goals is bridging basic Neuroscience research efforts taking place in the UC Davis campus with the clinical efforts at the UC Davis Medical Center. Please find more about us by looking at the Lab members and Research pages.

Lab news

The Center for Neuroengineering and Medicine is created

UC Davis College of Engineering announces the launch of the UC Davis Center for Neuroengineering & Medicine (NE&M), an integrated, multi-disciplinary effort that seeks to repair, restore and augment human …