The Science of Learning Institute includes a broad network of scientists, practitioners, and educators with expertise spanning basic and applied sciences.
I am interested in deciphering the changes in synaptic function that underlie learning and memory.
I am interested in the development of magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopy techniques for evaluating diseases of the human central nervous system.
I am interested in multimodal machine learning, technology-enhanced learning, and virtual reality with applications in education and training.
I am interested in motor learning in adults and children who have damage or disease of the central nervous system.
I am interested in brain development and plasticity, cognitive neuroscience, and conceptual development.
I am interested in the mechanisms by which neurons and glial cells interact to support normal communication and learning in the nervous system.
I am interested in adolescent sexuality, chronic illness, international adolescent health care issues, and urban health.
I am interested in how the human brain ‘hears’ simple and complex sounds.
I am interested in the function of the human cerebral cortex, which underlies our ability to learn about and interact with our environment through sensory perception and voluntary movement.
I am interested in the development of scalable systems that support neuroscience imaging analysis and annotation with the goal of reverse engineering the neurophysiology of mamalliam brains.