Ph.D. Student, Neurosciences
(2012 - present)
University of Hawaii   (2010 - 2012)
B.A., Computational Neuroscience, Biological Sciences
The University of Chicago   (2006 - 2010)
Room S245, James H. Clark Center
lmcintosh (at) stanford.edu
Our brains have an unbelievable capacity for processing sensory information, generating complex internal states, and producing a wide variety of behaviors.
I'm interested in elucidating this powerful information processing machinery - how exactly does neural circuitry make computation and information transmission possible, how is information encoded and distributed, and how can we decode and repair these complicated processes?