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Since the early days of the Institute, Georgia Tech students have explored aspects of the mind,…
Lizzie Wright knew Georgia Tech was a great school, but had no idea the community she would…
Many insects fly synchronously, matching the nervous system pulses to wing movement. But smaller…
Holder hopes to boost outreach to K-12 schools in her new role while continuing to serve as…
This fall, the Institute will launch a foundational, interdisciplinary program to lead in research…

Events

"Living Electrodes: Developing Optogenetic Neuronal Networks for Circuit Modeling & Biological Neural Interfaces" - Oladayo Adewole, Ph.D. - University of Pennsylvania
"Living Electrodes: Developing Optogenetic Neuronal Networks for Circuit Modeling & Biological Neural Interfaces" - Oladayo Adewole, Ph.D. - University of Pennsylvania
Event highlighting scientific research and lived experiences of dementia
Engaging the Experts: A Conversation on Lived Experience
New Insights & Tools to Study the Cellular Mechanisms of Parkinsons Disease.
"Computing With a Mess: How Complex, Heterogeneous and Noisy Components Contribute to the Brain’s Computational Power" - Stefan Mihalas, Ph.D. - Allen Institute
"Identifying Individual-Specific Neural Biomarkers of Sensorimotor Control and Learning in Aging and Post-Stroke" - Michael Borich, DPT, Ph.D. Emory University
"Mechanisms of Cross-modal Plasticity in the Adult Brain" - Hey-Kyoung Lee, Ph.D. - Johns Hopkins University
"Co-imagining Neuroethics: Engaging Neuroscientists and Neurotech Developers in the Discussion" - Eric Racine, Ph.D. - Montreal Clinical Research Institute
"Co-imagining Neuroethics: Engaging Neuroscientists and Neurotech Developers in the Discussion" - Eric Racine, Ph.D. - Montreal Clinical Research Institute (IRCM)
"Neural Circuits Underlying Learned Motor Sequence Execution" - Bence Ölveczky, Ph.D. - Harvard University

In the News

Computer brain interfaces used to be the stuff of science fiction. Now, headphones and earbuds with…
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