Caleb Wright, a post-doc in the lab, recently presented his current research “Rapid sensory adaptation in the mouse thalamocortical circuit, and the relative contribution of thalamic state” to the Society for Neuroscience virtual conference. In addition, he has been accepted to present a poster at the virtual Cosyne conference in February 2021. Congratulations, Caleb!
Maniya will be using machine learning approaches for behavior tracking. Vivek will be helping us to develop hardware for new behavioral paradigms. Welcome!!!
Garrett will be the founding Director of the McCamish Parkinson’s Disease Innovation Program. This is an exciting opportunity to help drive the interface between basic neuroscience and neurotechnology toward helping to understand, treat, and cure Parkinson’s disease and other neurological disorders. Click here to see the full story.
Welcome back Megan! After spending some time away from the lab, Megan finished her bachelors degree in BME from Georgia Tech. She will be heading to graduate school for neuroscience in the Fall of 2021. Megan will be working as a Lab Technician and Researcher in the lab for the next several months, and we are excited to have her back!
The Stanley Lab is excited to welcome 2 new students to the group!
Adriano Borsa joins us from Harvard University with a Bachelor’s in Engineering Sciences. Already at Tech, he has been awarded the Georgia Tech’s Presidential Fellowship and is a Scholar in the NIH/NIBIB T32 Computational Neural Engineering Training Program! Nice work, Adriano!
We are looking forward to spending time with the both of you, both virtually and in person!