Jian Li

Jian Li

Jian Li Assistant Professor of Psychology, IDG/McGovern Institute for Brain Research, Peking University My research interests evolve around the questions regarding human affective learning (reward and punishment) and decision-making. More...

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Claudio T. Silva

Claudio T. Silva

Claudio T. Silva Professor of Computer Science and Engineering, Tandon School of EngineeringHead of Disciplines, Center for Urban Science and Progress Claudio Silva is a Computer Scientist specializing in Big Data Analytics. From 2003 to 2011, he...

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Weili Ding

Weili Ding

Weili Ding Associate Professor of Economics Weili Ding is an Associate Professor of Economics at NYU Shanghai. Her research focuses on the economics of education as well as rural development and urban transitions in China. In recent work, she has...

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Catherine Hartley

Catherine Hartley

Catherine Hartley Assistant Professor of Psychology  cate@nyu.edu Learning lays the foundation for motivated behavior, enabling us to anticipate and respond adaptively to salient events. Research in my lab focuses on characterizing the diverse...

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Bijan Pesaran

Bijan Pesaran

Bijan Pesaran Associate Professor of Neural Science  bijan@nyu.edu Cerebral cortex contains a mosaic of brain areas that are connected to form distributed networks. In frontal and parietal cortex, these networks are specialized for movements such...

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Nathaniel Daw

Nathaniel Daw

Nathaniel Daw Professor, Princeton Neuroscience Institute I study how people and animals learn from trial and error (and from rewards and punishments) to make decisions, combining computational, economic, neural, and behavioral perspectives. I...

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Aristides A.N. Patrinos

Aristides A.N. Patrinos

Aristides A.N. Patrinos Chief Scientist and Director of Research, NOVIM  aap11@nyu.edu Aristides A.N. Patrinos, Ph.D., is the Chief Scientist and Director of Research at NOVIM. Previously, he was the Deputy Director for Research of the Center for...

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David Heeger

David Heeger

David Heeger Cognitive and Computational Neuroscience, Vision, fMRI  david.heeger@nyu.edu  Julius Silver, Roslyn S. Silver, and Enid Silver Winslow ProfessorProfessor of Psychology and Neural Science I received my Ph.D. in computer science from...

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Roozbeh Kiani

Roozbeh Kiani

Roozbeh Kiani Assistant Professor of Neural Science When I was studying medicine in Iran I became interested in systems neuroscience, especially how the interaction of neural populations gives rise to perception, cognition, and goal directed...

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John Rotrosen

John Rotrosen

John Rotrosen Director, Addiction Research Program Dr. John Rotrosen is Professor of Psychiatry at New York University School of Medicine. He attended NYU School of Medicine from 1968 to 1972 and completed a Psychiatry Research Residency at NYU...

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Kenway Louie

Kenway Louie

Kenway Louie The vision scientist David Marr noted that information processing can be understood at three fundamental levels: at the level of functional goal (computational), at the level of representation (algorithmic), and at the level of...

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Stephen Ross

Stephen Ross

Stephen Ross Associate Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry; Director of the Division of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse at Bellevue Hospital, Clinical Director of the NYU Langone Center of Excellence on Addiction,Director of the NYU Addiction...

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