Dunn Lab


University of California, Berkeley 2008 B.A.
Harvard University 2015 Ph.D.

Our lab designs and applies novel machine learning methods to measure and understand biological and artificial nervous systems. We are particularly interested in the brain’s control of behavior and how this control is disrupted in disease. Thus, a major focus of the lab is on establishing experimental technologies and algorithms that provide high-resolution 3D quantification of animal behavior across multiple scales, and analytical techniques for finding structure in these rich behavioral signals. We are pairing this technology with functional neural interrogations to resolve previously inaccessible mechanisms underlying motor control and motor and psychiatric disorders. We are also building and studying artificial systems that recapitulate animal behavior.

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