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The Clinical Neuroscience Lab at The Ohio State University aims to train the next generation of clinical scientists devoted to the study of evidence-based lifestyle interventions, neuropsychology, and neuroimaging. In our lab, we conduct research studies with clinical populations, engage in scientific discourse/activities with members of the lab, present our findings to the scientific community and to the public, and work with undergraduates as members of our teams.


In all spheres of our lab, we strongly value our commitment to diversity and inclusion. These include, but are not limited to, valuing individual differences in race, ethnicity, country of origin, age, sex, gender, sexual orientation, religion, physical and mental abilities, immigration status, religion, and socioeconomic status.


We constantly strive to increase diversity in our research studies by attempting to seek representation across these dimensions. We aim to increase diversity in our lab’s team as we fully appreciate the richness of thought and discourse that comes with that. We acknowledge that discussions of diversity, and progress toward it, are ongoing goals that we must continue to be intentional about. We believe valuing diversity and inclusion is instrumental work in itself but is also imperative for creating a lab culture where all members of the team feel valued, motivated, and engaged in our scientific pursuits.



Our lab will be admitting doctoral students in clinical psychology and cognitive neuroscience for the next academic year (2024-2025) 

 Feel free to connect with Dr. Prakash at


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