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The Center for Theoretical and Computational Neuroscience is a multidisciplinary, collaborative center dedicated to understanding how the brain computes. Faculty members contribute expertise from the fields of Neuroscience, Mathematics, Computer Science, Psychology, Physics, and Engineering. Research at CTNC broadly aims at developing new theoretical approaches to better understand neural computation.

BALLARD, DANA H
Dana H Ballard
Professor
Artificial Intelligence, Data Mining, Machine Learning, and Natural Computation
512-471-9750
GDC
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COLGIN, LAURA L
Laura L Colgin
Associate Professor
Investigate how brain rhythms affect memory operations, using multisite tetrode recordings from behaving animals.
512-232-6361
NHB 2.146
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Geisler, Wilson
Wilson S Geisler III
Professor
David Wechsler Regents Chair in Psychology

512-471-3054
SEA 4.328
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Goris, Robbe
Robbe L Goris
Assistant Professor
Visual Perception, Perceptual Decision-Making, Computational Neuroscience
HARRIS, KRISTEN M
Kristen M Harris
Professor
To elucidate structural components involved in the cell biology of learning and memory.
512-232-3968
NHB 3.406
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Huth, Alexander
Alexander Huth
Assistant Professor
JOHNSTON, DANIEL
Daniel Johnston
Professor, Director (Academic)
Karl Folkers Chair in Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research

Cellular neurophysiology–information processing and storage in single neurons and small neural networks; memory, epilepsy.
512-232-6564
NHB 2.504
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MAUK, MICHAEL
Michael Mauk
Department Chair, Neuroscience, Professor
Karl Folkers Chair in Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research

To understand what brain systems compute, how learning contributes, how circuits, cells and synapses mediate this learning and computation.
512-232-3978
NHB 3.368
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PRIEBE, NICHOLAS J
Nicholas J Priebe
Associate Professor
Mechanisms underlying response properties of neurons in primary sensory cortex using both electrophysiology and imaging in vivo.
512-232-0802
NHB 2.112
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Taillefumier, Thibaud
Thibaud O Taillefumier
Assistant Professor
Mathematical Neuroscience