Hyma is a first year graduate student in the neuroscience program at Emory. During her rotation, she worked on mapping the relationship between sensory responses in the thalamus and the different cell types of the somatosensory cortex through low dimensional representations. She is now rotating at Dr. Malavika Murugan’s lab at Emory, working with in vivo calcium imaging of the prefrontal cortex while looking at the effect of social isolation in mouse decision making. Thank you for your efforts Hyma, and we hope to see you again!
After rotating through the lab in the Spring of 2022, David will join permanently as a PhD Student! David earned a BS in Physics from Tufts University and an MSE in Bioengineering from the University of Pennsylvania. He is also a fellow in the NIH/NIBIB Training Program in Computational Neural Engineering at Georgia Tech and Emory. We are excited to have you on board, David!
The Stanley Lab is excited to welcome Kyle Thomas for the Fall 2019 semester as a rotating student through the new neuroengineering training grant: NIH/NIBIB Training in Computational Neural Engineering at Georgia Tech and Emory. Kyle recently permanently joined the Sober Laboratory in Emory Neuroscience. Congratulations Kyle!
Audrey has her PhD from Princeton University in theoretical biophysics, where she analyzed the structure of correlated variability in developing visual cortical circuits and constructed models that explored the role of inhibition in these circuits. Since then, She has worked in the MacLean and Palmer labs at the University of Chicago, where she used two-photon imaging in thalamocortical slices to analyze the representation and decodability of specific thalamic stimuli across populations of neurons that spanned multiple layers and columns.
We are very excited to have her join the Stanley lab!