Lukas Grajauskas

Lukas Grajauskas is a Masters Student in the Surrey NeuroTech Lab at Simon Fraser University.


He holds a BSc in Behavioural Neuroscience from SFU, and is focused on finding new ways to apply multimodal neurotechnology to investigate some of the biggest medical problems facing us today. Specifically, his research looks at new ways to diagnose and track Alzheimers Disease and dementia, as well as the development of fMRI methods that allow us to detect activation in the brain’s white matter.


He has authored publication in peer-reviewed journals, and is the recipient of an NSERC Alexander Graham Bell Canada Graduate Scholarship, as well as the Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Scholarship in Aging and Nutrition Research.