Stephanie R. Jones Associate Professor of Neuroscience (Research)

A full desription of my research can be found on my lab website

My research focus is in using dynamical systems theory mathematics, computational neuroscience, and human brain imaging to study neural dynamics in health and disease. I develop biophysically principled computational neural models to bridge the critical gap between human brain imaging signals (MEG/EEG) and their underlying cellular and network level generators. I work closely with clinicians and animal neurophysiologist to develop data constrained models that delineate the role of specific cell types and circuits in controlling neocortical rhythmicity and investigating the impact of these rhythms on sensory and motor function. Current projects apply these techniques to study healthy brain functions including perception, attention, development and aging, and neural pathologies such as Parkinson's disease and Essential Tremor. 

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