FVSU2 Welcome to the Fort Valley State University   NeuBEs Lab

The Neuroscience, Biology, Engineering and Sleep (NeuBEs) Lab, the Nexus and cutting edge integration of these fields and the future of Science.

Mission and Vision

Our Vision is to realize the creation of the intersection of Biology, Neuroscience, and Bio-Electromagnetics with an emphasis on sleep and fatigue in women.
Our Focus is on the interdisciplinary research that includes  Neuro-scientists, biologists, and systems engineering fields to answer the 14 grand challenges of the National Academy of Engineers.

Our lab partners with other labs in these fields to do research in understanding the brain, the nexus of water, energy, environmental engineering, and the BIG DATA internet of things devices for BRAIN based in-vivo devices.


1.  To facilitate the research and inquiry for future scientist female scientist in areas of Brilliance.
2.  To Provide a hands on, learning, and exploratory environment where neuroscience, biology, and engineering not only co-exist but thrive.
3.  To Seek national funding that embraces recognition of the lab and its students important academic and professional achievements.

4. To contribute to Science and its Grand Challenges breakthroughs driven by the next generation of Brilliant female scientists breakthroughs on the Nexus of the NeuBEs fields

What we do

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Cooperative Developmental Energy Program (CDEP): CDEP allows students to complete dual-degrees, majoring in biology, chemistry, physics, computer science, or mathematics at FVSU and majoring in an area of engineering, Geo-science, or health physics at one of our partner institutions. Partnering institutions include: Georgia Institute of Technology, Pennsylvania State University, University of Arkansas, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, University of Texas-Austin, and the University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley. CDEP and its partnering institutions have graduated 93 engineers, 33 geoscientists, and 8 health physicists.