Gabriel Kreiman, M.Sc., Ph.D.

Whiteman Fellow, MIT

Center for Biological and Computational Learning, MIT

Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences

McGovern Institute for Brain Research at MIT

Massachusetts Institute of Technology


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I am interested in several problems within the fields of Computational Neuroscience, Signal Processing and Computational Biology / Bioinformatics.

Within Computational Neuroscience, I am focusing on trying to understand the codes neurons use to represent information about visual percepts in the temporal lobe (in humans as well as monkeys).

Within Systems Biology, I am using computational tools to understand the mechanisms that cells use to regulate transcriptional activity.

You can get a more detailed description of my research interests by looking at the Publications and Academia links.