In the Healthy Brain Aging Lab, we study metabolic and vascular health factors that shape neural and cognitive changes across the lifespan. We use advanced noninvasive neuroimaging techniques, cognitive assessments, physiological markers, and genetics to evaluate individual differences in the course of aging, including both risk (e.g., metabolic syndrome) and protective (e.g., aerobic exercise) health factors.

We are affiliated with the Department of Psychology, the Institute of Gerontology, and the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurosciences at Wayne State University and are located in the Integrative Biosciences building.

To learn more about the lab, click here.


To learn more about Healthy Brain Aging Lab studies and how to participate in them, click here.



Prospective graduate students and volunteer undergraduate assistants can find more information on joining the lab here.