Neuroengineering & Computational

Neuroengineering & Computational neuroscience is the study of the nervous system that uses mathematics and statistics to understanding information processing by many individual neurons composing complex circuits.

Daniel B. Campbell, Ph.D

Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics and Human Development; College of Human Medicine
Grand Rapids Campus
 4012 Grand Rapids Research Center; 400 Monroe Ave NW; Grand Rapids, MI 49503

Cerebral cortex development: (e.g., neural development of sensory systems)

Rebecca Knickmeyer, PhD

Associate Professor, Pediatrics and Human Development
East Lansing Campus
 2114 Biomedical Engineering Building

Genetic and environmental influences on infant brain development, sexual differentiation of human brain, microbiome-gut-brain axis, neuroimaging

Arjun Krisnan, PhD

Assistant Professor, Computational Mathematics, Science, and Engineering
East Lansing Campus
 2507H Engineering Building

Computational data-driven approaches for resolving, understanding, and tackling the heterogeneity of complex traits and diseases.

J. Devin McAuley, PhD

Professor, Psychology
East Lansing Campus
 282B Psychology

Auditory perception, attention, and cognition, timing and rhythm, relationship between music and language processing, computational modeling, and neuroimaging

Galit Pelled, PhD

Professor, Biomedical Engineering and Department of Radiology
East Lansing Campus
 2S Biomedical Engineering Building

Neuromodulation, Neuroimaging of cortical function, Post-injury plasticity, Somatosensory system, Traumatic brain injury, Peripheral nerve injury, molecular probes, Optical imaging, Development of molecular-based neuromodulation technologies

Erin K. Purcell, PhD

Assistant Professor, Biomedical Engineering, Electrical And Computer Engineering
East Lansing Campus
 334A Engineering

Regenerate and redefine the interface between neurons and electrodes implanted in the brain, improving the understanding and control of device-tissue integration

Mark Reimers, PhD

Associate Professor, Neuroscience Program
East Lansing Campus
 2117 Bioengineering Facility

Fathi M. Salem, PhD

Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
East Lansing Campus
 2308D Engineering Building

Modeling neuronal population synchrony and asynchrony and their relation to memory, processing, prediction, and control