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Carsen Stringer

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Carsen Stringer is a group leader at HHMI Janelia Research Campus. The lab develops algorithms for understanding large-scale neural activity. In addition, the lab works on general segmentation algorithms for cellular data, which enable fast and accurate processing of ~50,000 neuron recordings.

Here’s a biography of Carsen written by Daniela Cassataro for Stories of Women in Neuroscience (includes a podcast version). Carsen also talks about past and current work in this podcast with Paul Middlebrooks.

Learn more about the lab here:


University College London | 2018
PhD Computational Neuroscience
Advisors: Kenneth Harris & Matteo Carandini

University of Pittsburgh | 2013
BSc Applied Math & Physics
Advisor: Jonathan Rubin


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