James Cooke

James Cooke

James Cooke is a Neuroscience D.Phil. student, interested in cortical function and circuit organisation. He completed a B.A. in Experimental Psychology and an M.Sc. in Neuroscience at the University of Oxford where he is also based for his D.Phil. His research involves using electrophysiological and optogenetic techniques in order to investigate the biophysical basis of cortical computations. When he's not in the lab, he's usually either playing Jazz piano or running along a trail somewhere. You can find more of his work at neuralnoises.com @NeuralNoises

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