Andreas Tolias' research team is comprised of a team of graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, research faculty, engineers and research assistants. Our team is interdisciplinary and spans expertise from experimental neuroscience, behavior, and neurotechnology to computer science and machine learning. Together with our collaborators, our goal is to discover the brain's algorithms of perceptual inference and decision making in our quest to understand intelligence. We study how cortical networks are structurally and functionally organized to process information. Dr. Andreas Tolias received his Ph.D. from MIT in Computational and Systems Neuroscience.
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Video & image credits: Tolias lab, Xu lab at Cornell, Reid and daCosta labs at AIBS, Seung lab at Princeton, Paninski lab @ Columbia.