|Affiliation||University Of Cambridge|
|Research area code||(Y0) Combined|
|Fellowship Inauguration Year||2014|
I am a computational neuroscientist interested in how the brain develops during early life. I primarily use computers to (1) simulate development of the nervous system and (2) analyse experimental data collected by colleagues around the world. My web page http://www.damtp.cam.ac.uk/user/sje30/ lists my interests and research papers to date.
My primary focus is on understanding the mechanisms by which neurons connect themselves into functioning networks. A theme common to most of the projects I work on is in the automated, quantitative analysis of large volumes of data.
I also have research interests more generally in Computational Biology and Network Science. Through teaching computational biology students to program, I have also gradually become more interested in introducing scientific computing into the life sciences.
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|Top tips for running a small workshop||Friday, 06 October 2017|
|Computational Neuroscience Meeting 2017||Monday, 21 August 2017|