Interesting Lab Websites

  1. Alexander-Katz group: lipid bilayer physics, biopolymer physics, self-assembly


  1. Anikeeva lab: bioelectronics, flexible neural probes, optoelectronics, magnetic devices


  1. Baker lab: computational protein engineering, de novo protein design, the protein folding problem, homology modeling, ab initio modeling, crowdsourcing methods for protein folding


  1. Barron group: using the bee brain as a basis for understanding cognition, biomimetic artificial intelligence, insect neurobiology


  1. Berger group: hippocampal prosthesis, brain-brain interfacing, signal processing, implantable neuroelectronics


  1. Boyden lab: synthetic neurobiology, expansion microscopy, optogenetic tools, connectomics, directed evolution, protein engineering, optical tools for neuroscience


  1. Bruns lab: nanomechanical devices, supramolecular chemistry, rotaxanes


  1. Chittka lab: honeybee neurobiology and ecology, sensory neurobiology of honeybees, computational neuroscience


  1. Chung lab: CLARITY, related tools for connectomics


  1. Church lab: synthetic biology, DNA nanotechnology, tools for systems biology, evolutionary biology, genome engineering, CRISPR, aging research, tissue engineering, nanopore sequencing


  1. Cohen lab: computational approaches to neural oscillations, experimental approaches to neural oscillations


  1. Douglas lab: DNA nanotechnology, protein engineering, nanorobotics


  1. Doyle group: microparticles for biomedicine, microfluidics, DNA polymer physics


  1. Häusser group: neural computations in the cerebellum and neocortex, recording neural activity with Neuropixels, focused ion beam scanning electron microscopy for connectomics, simultaneous two-photon imaging and optogenetic manipulation, patch-clamp tools


  1. Holten group: bio-inspired interfaces, materials science, polymers


  1. Horiuchi group: computational sensorimotor neuroscience, neuromorphic VSLI design, neural computation in bats, mobile robotics inspired by neural computations in bats


  1. Jeong lab: flexible electronics, brain-machine interfaces, biophotonics, wearable electronic “tattoos”


  1. Ji lab: optical microscopy tools for neuroscience, neural circuits, computation in visual pathways


  1. Johnson group: branched polymer nanomaterials, hydrogel networks, semiconducting organometallic polymers


  1. Lieber lab: injectable electronics, biomaterials, brain-machine interfaces, flexible electronics, immunological responses to implanted electronics


  1. Lytton group: computational neuroscience, multiscale modeling of neurobiological systems, software development for biophysical modeling, dendritic processing models, network models, molecular models


  1. Maharbiz lab: neural dust, implantable microelectronics, brain-computer interfaces, bioelectronics, electrical engineering


  1. Olsen lab: polymers, protein engineering, network chemistry, nanotechnology


  1. Pessoa lab: emotion and cognition, computational neuroscience, affective brain networks


  1. Ramirez group: neurobiology of learning and memory, engineering memories using optogenetics and other techniques in order to treat psychiatric disorders


  1. Schiller lab: cortical computation, single neuron computation, plasticity mechanisms in cortex, sensorimotor learning mechanisms


  1. Sestan lab: spatial transcriptomics in the brain, computational neuroscience, systems neuroscience, RNA sequencing


  1. Wang lab: nanobioelectronics, nanorobotics, nanobiosensors, flexible materials




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