KCNhub Research Personnel
Our current students, postdocs, and research associates are presented here.
Postdoctoral Fellows and Research Associates
Research:Development of an explainable AI framework for analyzing brain activities in neurological disorders
Alan Diaz, PhD
Research:Data Science and machine-learning for neural recordings
Homeira Moradi, Ph.D.
Research:Translating neural properties to oscillatory activity
Aref Pariz, Ph.D.
Research:Information transfer in neuronal networks, Neural oscillations, Brain stimulation.
Marjan Rafiee, Ph.D.
Research:Music in epilepsy
Scott Rich, Ph.D.
Research:Understanding seizure onset using computational techniques
Maximilian Scherer, Ph.D.
Research:Deep brain stimulation mechanisms & basal ganglia physiology
Leon Amadeus Steiner MD/PhD
Research:Investigating synaptic plasticity and deep brain stimulation mechanisms
Afroditi Talidou, Ph.D.
Research:Activity dependent myelination, Hippocampal circuit analyses
Graduate Students and Research Analysts
Research:Data analysis to capture changing features in vivo & in vitro
Research:Biophysical modeling of neuron-glial interactions
Research:Deep brain stimulation mechanisms and basal ganglia physiology
Research:Neuronal heterogeneity in epilepsy
Research:Multimodal Whole Brain Modelling
Research:Neuron, network and neuromorphic modeling and analyses
Research:Fitting patient data into computational neuroscience models
Paul Anthony Foley
Research:Computational Modeling of Neurons investigating Neural Plasticity
Research:Biofeedback for closed-loop deep brain stimulation
Research:Basal ganglia correlates of non-motor features in Parkinson's disease
Research:Visualizing calcium signaling in astrocytes
Mohammad R. Rezaei
Research:Neural computation, statistical modeling and deep learning for neural coding
Research:Network modeling and analyses
Research:Understanding Synaptic Plasticity in Parkinson's Disease using Deep-brain Stimulation; Basal Ganglia physiology
Research:Novel biomarker discoveries for closed-loop deep brain stimulation
Research:Biophysical astrocyte modeling
Research:Firing rate network models and DBS control systems
Research:Oscillatory dynamics and brain stimulation
Research:Biophysical modeling of neuron-glial-vascular interactions
Research:Biophysical heterogeneity and epilepsy
Research:Myelination as an agent of signal decorrelation
Research:Neuron and Network FPGA implementations
Ines (Yuxi) Qian
Research:The role of the h-current in human cortical theta
Research:Visual preference, electrode signal quality on BCI