Ashley Wilson is a graduate student in the Neurobiology Graduate Training Program and a member of the Glickfeld lab. She is interested in how the brain processes sensory information and uses that information for perception and behavior. Using the mouse visual system,she is studying connectivity and patterns of activity in cortex during perceptual tasks. Her hope is to resolve some of the mechanisms that govern the neural networks necessary for these tasks and ultimately relate them to sensory perception in general.
Jeff Mohl is a graduate student in the Neurobiology Graduate Training Program and a member of the Groh lab. He is interested in understanding the computational basis of multisensory perception. He is investigating how neurons handle conflicting signals from different sensory modalities.