Our experience of the world arises from the neural processing that occurs in many different brain areas.  Research in our lab is focused on understanding how this happens by developing and applying new data analysis tools that can uncover descriptions of neural computation. The overarching theme of our work is focused on determining the means by which the brain processes visual information to achieve a particular goal, such as finding a sought object or remembering whether an object has been encountered before. 

To learn more about what we do, check out our recent Publications and Abstracts.