Research & Publications
Dr. Noah is a research faculty member of the Brain Function Laboratory experienced in computational systems and methods of brain imaging and application of traditional video games to clinical and basic neuroscience research. His background in patient care and rehabilitation via the use of virtual reality interventions contributes a significant segment to the lab and its future directions. Adam is experienced in recording and data analysis techniques associated with functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS). His focus in the lab extends his previous interests and expertise using functional brain recording techniques combined with video games as tools to understand mechanisms of motor control, decision-making and cognitive function.
Education & Training
- PhDMarshall University School of Medicine, Biomedical Sciences (2003)
- MSMarshall University, Biological Sciences (1998)
- BAWest Virginia University, Biology (1996)