Jeffrey Zhou

Jeffrey Zhou is an undergraduate student majoring in neuroscience and computer science going into his senior year. He wants to work with and develop algorithms that can help better diagnose neurological diseases and disorders.

Yun Hwang

Yun Hwang earned his B.S. in Applied Mathematics and Statistics and B.S. in Neuroscience at the Johns Hopkins University. During his undergraduate training, he worked to show dysregulated sleep homeostasis in a genetic epilepsy model. He is currently working on a project striving to implement closed-loop electric stimulation strategy to treat chronic pain.

Abel Corver

Abel Corver is a PhD student studying the construction rules that underpin spider web-making, jointly supervised by Sri Sarma and Andrew Gordus. He aims to develop assays and algorithms to reveal the quantitative relationship between sensory input and motor output, with a particular interest in the role of internal memory states in coordinating behavioral sequences. Before his work on arthropod behavior, he completed a bachelor in linguistics. 

Ishan Jain

Ishan Jain is a master’s student in biomedical engineering at the Johns Hopkins University. He completed his bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi with a minor in physics. He is currently working on localizing the seizure onset zone in epilepsy using time-evolution matrices in dynamic brain network models. He is also investigating the neural correlates of drug levels in epileptic patients. He was born on the Indian east coast and raised in New Delhi.

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