Research in the Serre lab focuses on understanding the brain mechanisms underlying visual recognition
Student with a strong computational background (modeling, computer science, engineering) with an interest in brain and cognitive sciences are encouraged to apply. Brown undergraduate students interested in working in the lab for pay or credit should email us directly (see contact below). Prospective graduate students should apply via the Brown Graduate Admission Page to either the graduate program in Cognitive, Linguistics & Psychological Sciences or Neuroscience. Brown offers a myriad of possibility for collaborations with both theorists and experimentalists affiliated with the initiative for Computation in Brain & Mind.
Our work is supported by NSF early career award (IIS-1252951), ONR (N000141110743) and the Robert J. and Nancy D. Carney Fund for Scientific Innovation. Additional support is provided by the Brown Institute for Brain Sciences (BIBS), the Center for Vision Research (CVR) and the Center for Computation and Visualization (CCV).
Address & Contact
Metcalf Building, Room 015
190 Thayer St, Providence, RI 02912