Eva L. Dyer, Ph.D.

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Eva Dyer is an Assistant Professor in the Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University. Dr. Dyer works at the intersection of neuroscience and machine learning, developing computational approaches to interpret complex neuroscience datasets, and designing new machine intelligence architectures inspired by the organization of biological brains. Eva completed all of her degrees in Electrical & Computer Engineering, obtaining her Ph.D. from Rice University with Richard Baraniuk and a B.S. from the University of Miami. After completing her doctorate, she worked with Konrad Kording at Northwestern on a number of topics in computational neuroscience and neuroanatomy. Eva is the recipient of a Sloan Fellowship in Neuroscience, Allen Institute for Brain Science Next Generation Leader Award, an NSF CISE Research Initiation Initiative Award, and was recently awarded a McKnight Foundation Award for Technological Innovations in Neuroscience.

Assistant Professor, Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering|
Adjunct Professor, School of Electrical & Computer Engineering
Program Faculty, Machine Learning Ph.D Program
Program Faculty, Bioengineering Interdisciplinary Ph.D. Program
Affiliated Faculty, Institute for Data Science and Engineering (Ideas)
Affiliated Faculty, Center for Neuroscience at Georgia Tech (GTNeuro)
Affiliated Faculty, Center for Neuroengineering
Affiliated Faculty, Computational Neuroengineering Training Program (CNTP)
Director of Graduate Studies, InQubate Training Program in Computational Biosciences

Funding Sources
NIH Theory Models and Methods Program
NSF Robust Intelligence
McKnight Foundation
Sloan Foundation