Liam Paninski contact / bio info
The best way to
contact me is by writing to me at my first name at stat dot
columbia dot edu.
I'm a professor in the Statistics and Neuroscience departments at Columbia University, and the
co-director of the Grossman Center for the
Statistics of Mind. I'm also a member of the Center for Theoretical
Neuroscience, the Kavli
Institute for Brain Science, and the Doctoral Program in
Neurobiology and Behavior.
Previously, I was a senior research fellow at the Gatsby Computational Neuroscience
Unit, at University College
Before that, I spent four years as a grad student and postdoc at the
Center for Neural Science, at NYU. For much of that time I was in Eero Simoncelli's lab; I also did some work with
Hawken and Alex Reyes.
And before that, I was an undergraduate at Brown University, where I was
introduced to neuroscience research in John Donoghue's lab. I was greatly
influenced during this time by my mentor in John's lab, Nicho
Hatsopoulos, and also by Stu Geman, Elie
Bienenstock, and David Mumford, all
of whom were participating around that time in the Brown neural
population coding seminar, which introduced me to the power of
statistical thinking at a young age.
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