Each year, the McGovern Institute awards fellowships, generously provided by our supporters, to foster the research of exceptional graduate students in labs across the institute. Meet the current sponsored researchers, who study a wide range of topics — from worm behavior to human emotion.
Friends of the McGovern Institute Fellow, Desimone Lab
Noah Lee is developing a novel automatic method for cortical layer identification in the visual cortex.
Friends of the McGovern Institute Fellow, Anikeeva Lab
Rajib Mondal is investigating gut-brain interactions and developing multifunctional fiber-based neural interfaces for neurological disorders.
Poitras Center Fellow, Fedorenko Lab
Tamar Regev studies speech and language processing in the brain and how these systems are impaired in neuropsychological disorders such as schizophrenia.
Janet and Sheldon ’59 Razin Fellow, Harnett Lab
Vincent Tang studies how dendrites contribute to in vivo neural computation.
Friends of the McGovern Institute Fellow, DiCarlo Lab
Suleman Zaidi is using electrical micro-stimulation guided by deep neural networks to obtain neural control in the primate ventral visual stream.