New review paper out on generative models in neuroanatomy

Check out our new review paper on generative models and abstractions for large-scale neuroanatomy datasets [PDF]. This review is part of a special issue on Machine Learning, Big Data, and Neuroscience in Current Opinion in Neurobiology.

Eva receives a Sloan Fellowship in Neuroscience

Excited to be awarded a Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Fellowship in Neuroscience! Honored to be one of two fellows from the BME department to be this selected this year, along with Chethan Pandarinath.

NerDS Fall Retreat

Getting out of the lab space, the NerDS explored some of the nature surrounding the greater Atlanta area at Roswell Mill where they hiked, picnicked, and skipped an abundance of rocks! The principle component was fun!

TJ presents his paper at EMBC!

TJ presented his new paper on using sparse approximation methods for estimating layers in cortical and retinal tissue samples at IEEE’s Engineering in Medicine and Biology Conference. Way to go TJ!

Alexis receives a Charles Hancock Award!

Alexis Webber’s proposal to support her undergrad research in the lab was funded by the Charles I. Hancock Endowed Research Fund. Congrats Alexis!

New paper on brain decoding out!

A new paper from the lab was published in Nature Biomedical Engineering. The paper was also featured in an article in Scientific American!


Allen Institute Next Generation Leader Award

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NerDS Lab research in the news!

Our recent eNeuro paper on X-ray microtomography-based brain mapping was featured in Newsweek! Check out the full article, written by Ben Brumfield at Georgia Tech!


BigNeuro 2017 @ NIPS

Please join us for our second BigNeuro workshop at NIPS! The workshop will be held on December 9th, 2017 as part of the NIPS workshop series. We will be accepting submissions for posters and contributed talks. More info to follow soon!

Now hiring!

The NerDS lab is looking for highly motivated graduate students and postdocs to join the lab. If you are interested in joining the lab, please send an email to Eva Dyer at evadyer {at} gatech {dot} edu with your CV and description of your research interests.

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