Flavio Frohlich PhD
Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Cell Biology and Physiology, Neurology, and Biomedical Engineering at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
(Adjunct) Associate Professor of Neurology at the University of Bern
Team Facilitator and Study Coordinator
Morgan focuses on the study of brain stimulation for the treatment of mood disorders. As the team facilitator, she is the point-of contact for training and regulatory processes in the center.
Team Facilitator-At-Large and Postdoctoral Scholar
Sankar focuses on the study of network dynamics of cognitive processes using both invasive and non-invasive neurophysiology approaches.
Sangtae focuses on network pathologies in psychiatric and neurological disorders. He combines several non-invasive stimulation approaches including tDCS, tACS, and TMS with EEG.
Jessica focuses on the network dynamics of neurodevelopment with a special interest in sleep.
Julianna focuses on the network dynamics of chronic pain and the development of novel interventions based on non-invasive brain stimulation.
Jhana Parikh graduated from UNC Chapel Hill in May 2018 with a B.S. in Psychology. She is currently a study coordinator with the STILL3 study, focusing on the use of brain stimulation to reduce auditory hallucinations in schizophrenia. Her research interests include top-down regulation of the autonomic nervous system and clinical outcomes in response to tACS. In her free time, Jhana enjoys solving crossword puzzles, watching Marvel movies, and playing marimba.
Trevor focuses on the intersection of music-based interventions and network neuroscience.