- Additional Positions at AU
- Director, Ph.D. in Behavior, Cognition, and Neuroscience
- PhD neuroscience, Wake Forest University
MA biology, Bryn Mawr College
AB biology and chemistry, Lafayette College
- I am a neurobiologist interested in goal-directed behavior. My laboratory is focused on the roles of the prefrontal cortex and basal ganglia in executive control and decision making. Core methods include multi-electrode recordings, optogenetics, multivariate statistics, and computational models of neural circuits.
Area of Expertise
neuroscience, BRAIN Initiative, diseases such as OCD
Laubach is a neurobiologist interested in how groups of neurons work together to process information. His research focuses on understanding the neuronal circuit basis of decision making, motivation, and self-control. He is especially interested in how decisions are adjusted when outcomes do not match expectations. Laubach's laboratory uses multi-electrode recordings, optogenetics, and computational methods to record brain cell activity and analyze the resulting data.