Research by a number of UWIN faculty members was recently featured in articles by the College of Arts and Science’s ‘Perspectives’ Newsletter:
- Bing Brunton, the Washington Research Foundation Innovation Assistant Professor in Neuroengineering, was featured in the article “The Brain, By the Numbers”. Her research uses computational and mathematical approaches to analyze large sets of neural data.
- An experiment that allowed two people in different locations to communicate brain-to-brain, developed by Chantel Prat, Andrea Stocco, and Raj Rao , was featured in the article “Playing Mind Games, for Science”.
- Jason Yeatman’s research on better understanding dyslexia by using MRI technology to investigate changes in brain structure and connectivity was described in the article “Decoding Dyslexia”.