Published in Bioinformatics, Brain/Neurology.
The University of Washington’s Computational Neuroscience Center – Decoding Intelligence
The CNC is a hub for research in mathematical and computational neuroscience, connecting researchers at the University of Washington across campus and to the extended neuroscience community in the Pacific Northwest. Research topics span the full spectrum of scales, mechanisms, and functions of the brain — from the cellular biophysics of computation to brainwide models of neural processing and cognition to next-generation brain/computer interfaces. The Center, which also houses the Swartz Center for Theoretical Neuroscience, is the campus home for undergraduate, graduate and postdoctoral training and research programs linking theoretical and experimental neuroscientists to advance understanding of the principles of neural computation.