Kai is completing his masters thesis from ETH in the lab. He joined in March of 2019.
Max Günthner PhD Student with the Bethge & Mathis Lab
Info coming soon! Welcome Max!!!
Tom Biasi Undergraduate student
He is a sophomore at Harvard studying computer science. He joined the lab in March of 2019.
He works on new neural networks for animal pose estimation.
Michael Beauzile Undergraduate student
He is a junior pre-MD/PhD at Boston University studying Biomedical and Electrical Engineering. His interests include psychology, neuroanatomy and nanotechnology. He joined the lab in March of 2019.
He works on developing new motor adaptation behaviors & analysis tools
Daniel Soberanes Undergraduate Student
Daniel is a senior at Harvard studying Biomedical Engineering, with a focus on computer science and neuroengineering. His primary interest is brain-computer interfaces. He joined the lab in Sept. 2019.
Alexander Mathis, PhD | https://www.mathislab.org/ Alexander collaborates closely with us on computational models of motor adaptation and learning, and using deep learning to quantify animal behavior (see DeepLabCut). His group is starting at EPFL in 2020!
Matthias Bethge, PhD | Bethgelab.org Matthias and his group collaborate with us on using deep learning tools for pose estimation, neural data analysis, and predictive modeling.
Tanmay Nath, PhD postdoctoral fellow 2018-2019 | firstname.lastname@example.org; Tanmay completed his PhD focused on developing machine learning tools for biological systems. Tanmay worked with us on DeepLabCut 2.x (see Nath et al, 2019)! He is now a research scientist at Johns Hopkins University.
Eric Hepler Animal Technician 2017-2019 | He worked with us on maintaining our precious mouse colony!
Adrian Hoffmann Masters student 2018 | University of Tübingen, Neural Information Processing. email@example.com; Adrian completed his master's thesis in the lab through the University of Tübingen in 2018. He received a BS in Physics from Heidelberg University. Adrian is now a PhD student in the group of Prof. Helmchen in Zurich.
Melody Tong Undergraduate Researcher 2017 | Harvard College Class of '18 Melody was co-mentored by Mackenzie and Nao Uchida. Her thesis work was focused on characterizing a rapidly learned freely-moving reaching & pulling task in mice. She is now attending medical school at NYU.