In our lab, we study how memory and navigation are instantiated by neural circuits at multiple levels of explanation, from rodents to humans. We use techniques ranging from high-yield 1-photon calcium imaging, electrophysiology, and computational modeling all the way to virtual reality in human participants. We're looking to recruit students at all levels, with particular interest in those with strong backgrounds in programming, neural recording, and human memory. 

You can contact me at: atk@uic.edu

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