Our lab studies networks in the human brain. We seek to identify the organizational, dynamical, and computational properties of large-scale brain networks and to determine how these properties contribute to human behavior in health and disease. The lab is directed by Eran Dayan, Ph.D. NEW POSTDOC POSITIONS (INFO)
The lab studies network connectivity in the healthy brain and in neurodegenerative diseases. We strive to advance our basic understanding of brain structure and function, while making discoveries that can be translated to clinical practice. Find out more here.
We use a range of computational and numerical approaches to analyze and model structural and functional brain imaging data, including model-based approaches, machine learning and network science. We work with data collected in-house, as well as with large, pre-existing datasets.