Garrett Stanley

Garrett Stanley

 Garrett B. Stanley

 Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering

 Georgia Institute of Technology & Emory University

 313 Ferst Dr

 Atlanta GA 30332-0535 USA

 garrett.stanley@bme.gatech.edu

 

 

Professional Experience
Professor, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology & Emory University, 2014-present
Associate Professor, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology & Emory University, 2008-2014
Associate Professor, Division of Engineering & Applied Sciences, Harvard University, 2003-2007
Assistant Professor, Division of Engineering & Applied Sciences, Harvard University, 1999-2003
Affiliated Faculty, Harvard/MIT Division of Health Sciences & Technology, 1999-2007
Postdoctoral Researcher, Dept. of Molecular & Cellular Biology, UC Berkeley, 1997-1999
Research Assistant, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, UC Berkeley, 1992-1997
Research Assistant, Dept. of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, UCSF, 1992-1997

Education
Ph. D. in Mechanical Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, 1997
Major Area: Control Systems        Minor Areas: Physiology & Statistics
Non-invasive Modeling of Autonomic Nervous System Control of Cardiovascular Function Through
Spectal Analysis and Maximum Likelihood Estimation

M. S. in Mechanical Engineering, University of California at Berkeley, 1995

B. S. in Mechanical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1992

Awards and Honors
Whitehall Foundation Investigator, 2003-2006
Whitaker Foundation Investigator, 2001-2004
National Institutes of Health Postdoctoral Fellow, 1999
National Eye Institute Postdoctoral Fellow, 1998-1999
American Heart Association Predoctoral Fellow, 1995-1997
Society of American Military Engineers Scholar, 1992
Georgia Power Engineering Association Scholar, 1991

Publications
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Invited Talks
Texas Medical Center/University of Houston – date TBD
Department of Biomedical Engineering – University of Pennsylvania – April 2014
Mathematical Biosciences Institute – University of Ohio – May 2013
Janelia Farms – Workshop on Tactile Coding – April 2013
Neural System Identification Workshop – CNS Annual Meeting – July 2012
Department of Biomedical Engineering – CMU – Pittsburgh – Spring 2012
Department of Neuroscience – Univ. of North Carolina – January 2012
Department of Neurobiology, Yale University, New Haven – December 2011
Grand Challenges in Computational Neuroscience, Los Alamos National Labs, Santa Fe – February 2011
Department of Biomedical Engineering – Shanghai Jiaotong University – Shanghai, China – August 2010
Autonomous Systems Workshop – Max Planck Institute – Stuttgart/Tuebingen, Germany, May 2010
NSF/European Science Foundation – Reverse Engineering the Brain – Dubrovnik, Croatia – May 2010
Statistical Analysis of Neural Data (SAND) Workshop – Pittsburgh, PA – May, 2010
NSF Hybrid Neuro-Computer Vision Workshop, Columbia University – April, 2010
Department of Neurobiology, Mount Sinai Medical School, New York – March, 2010
Department of Neurobiology, University of Pittsburgh – November, 2009
Department of Neuroscience – Stanford University – April 2009
Redwood Theoretical Neuroscience Institute – UC Berkeley – April 2009
Kiang Gallery – Atlanta, GA – March 2009
Stockholm Workshop on Computational Vision – Stockholm, Sweden – August 2008
Department of Biomedical Engineering/Center for Neural Engineering – Univ of Minnesota – June 2007
Department of Computer Science/EE – Univ of Washington – April 2007
Department of Biomed Eng/Physiology & Biophys – Univ of Washington – April 2007
Department of Electrical Engineering – Univ of Hawaii – March 2007
Department of Bioengineering – Univ of Michigan – March 2007
Workshop on Active Sensation – COSYNE – Salt Lake City Utah, March 2007
Department of Bioengineering – Univ of Utah – March 2007
Department of Biomedical Engineering – Georgia Tech – March 2007
Department of Biomedical Engineering – Emory University – March 2007
Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences – MIT – Feb. 2007
Neuroscience and Cognitive Science (NACS) Program – Univ of Maryland – Feb. 2007
Vision in Brains and Machines – Uruguay – Nov. 2006
Gordon Conference on Sensory Coding and the Natural Environment – Big Sky, Montana – September 2006
Department of Biomedical Engineering – Columbia University – March 2006
Workshop on Adaptation and the Natural Environment – COSYNE – Salt Lake City Utah, March 2006
Department of Biomedical Engineering – Duke University – February 2006
Division of Engineering & Applied Sciences – Harvard University – February 2006
Riken Brain Institute – Tokyo, Japan – August 2006
Shanghai Institute of Neuroscience – Shanghai, China – August 2006
Science & Technology Expert Partnership – Brain-Machine Interface Workshop – July 2005
Computational Neurobiology Laboratory – Salk Institute – San Diego – May 2005
National Geospatial Intelligence Agency – Neuroscience Enabled Vision – March 2005
Department of Bioengineering – University of Utah – March 2005
Department of Molecular & Cellular Biology – Harvard University – January 2005
Volen Center for Complex Systems- Brandeis University – November 2004
Understanding the Brain – KITP – UCSB Department of Physics – August 2004
Department of Cognitive and Neural Systems – Boston University – March 2004
Department of Biomedical Engineering – Arizona State University – February 2004
Brain Sciences Program – Brown University – November 2003
Department of Biomedical Engineering – Johns Hopkins University – October 2003
Department of Biology – Tsinghua University – Workshop on the Brain – Taipei, Taiwan – September 2003
Department of Engineering – Tsinghua University – Taipei, Taiwan – September 2003
Boston Area Computational Neuroscience Meeting – July 2003
Center for Computation and Neural Systems – Caltech – June 2003
NIPS Workshop on Adaptation and Plasticity in Neuronal Coding – Dec 2002
Keynote Speaker IEEE-EMBS regional meeting – Nov 2002
Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition, Carnegie Mellon University – Nov 2002
Harvard Vision Lab, Psychology Department – Oct 2002
The Gatsby Computational Unit, University College London – Aug 2002
Schepens Eye Institute – June 2002
NIPS Workshop on Information and Statistical Structure in Spike Trains – Dec 2001
Boston University, Neuroscience/Applied Math – Jan 2001
Shriners Burn – Nov 2000
Department of Bioengineering – University of Utah – Oct 2000

Professional Activities
Associate Editor – IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering – 2005-2007
Reviewer, Journal of Neuroscience,Journal of Neurophysiology, Nature Neuroscience, Journal of Computational Neuroscience,
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, Journal of Neuroengineering, Neural Computation, Vision Research, NIPS
Session chair – IEEE Embs, BMES
NSF Panel Reviewer
Adhoc Reviewer, Whitaker Foundation BERG
Site Visit Committee, NSF ERC – Caltech Neuromorphic Engineering Program, 2002-2004
Workshop Organizer, Neural Information Processing Conference, 2002
Member, Society for Neuroscience (SFN)
Member, American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Associate Member, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
Associate Member, Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society of the IEEE