Caitlin Commins was an undergraduate student interested in decision making in primates.
Christine Emmanuel was an undergraduate student interested in the neural correlates of animal social behavior.
Rebecca Gwaltney was an undergraduate student who is interested in examining the neuronal basis of how animals interact.
Keren was a post-doctoral fellow interested frontal executive control.
Rollin Hu was a post-doctoral fellow interested in corticospinal neuronal prosthetic development and motor sequence control.
Martin Kiik was an undergraduate student interested in CNS regeneration and developing high throughput methods for testing different nerve regenerative techniques.
Carlos Ortega was an undergraduate who's interested in human social behavior.
Maryam was a graduate student interested in developing real-time computational decoding models for motor decision making and execution in awake-behaving animals.
Akshay Sharma was an undergraduate student interested in the effect of deep brain stimulation on human behavior, including emotion perception and moral decision making.
Kostas was a post-doctoral fellow who was interested in intraoperative neurophysiologic recordings and developing new techniques for peripheral nerve reconstruction.
Michelle was a research fellow who was ecstatic to have just joined the lab