Understanding how the brain computes

Washington University in St Louis is home to a vibrant community of researchers addressing a wide range of issues in Computational Neuroscience. As befitting the highly interdisciplinary nature of the field, these researchers are spread over a wide range of departments on both the Medical School and Danforth campuses. We hold regular seminars to discuss recent advances in the field, usually on Tuesdays at 4pm.

See the new Center for Theoretical and Computational Neuroscience at Washu!

For PhD students Washington University in St Louis also offers a training pathway in Cognitive, Computational and Systems Neuroscience (CCSN)
Some related graduate programs include Neuroscience, Psychological and Brain Sciences, Biomedical Engineering, Systems Science and Mathematics, Computational and Data Sciences, Computational and Systems Biology, Imaging Science, Physics, Mathematics, Statistics.


October 4th 2022: Dennis Barbour

September 20th 2022: Kaining Zhang

May 3rd 2022: Barani Raman

Feb 7th 2022: ShiNung Ching

Jan 4th 2022: Ty Easley (Bijsterbosch lab)

November 2nd 2021: Gaia Tavoni

October 5th: Brendan Juba

June 1st 2021: James Johnson (Ponce lab) and Eugene Vorobeychik

May 4th 2021: Yixin Chen

April 7th 2021: Dae Woo Kim (Holy lab) and Ji Xia (Wessel lab)

Related Faculty include:

For questions about this page please contact Geoff Goodhill (g.goodhill@wustl.edu).