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Ph.D. in Neuroscience
Research Assistant in the Center for Neural Informatics, Neural Structures, and Neural Plasticity (CN3)
Curator of the Neuroscience Knowledge Network (NKN)
Todd’s dissertation was titled “Comparative topological analysis of neuronal arbors via sequence representation and alignment“. In addition to being the lead curator for NKN, Todd is overseeing user experience development for the onAir Knowledge Network System. Todd also will be participating in the Allen Institute Big Neuron hackathon this June at Janelia.
CN3 website: krasnow1.gmu.edu/cn3/
GMU email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Address: Northern Virginia
BS Engineering and Computer Science, Swarthmore (1999-2003)
PhD Neuroscience, George Mason University (2006-2015)
Neuroscience Research Assistant with extensive experience in software development, data management, statistics, data visualization, and bioinformatics. Current research involves bioinformatic pattern searching applied to neuronal morphology. Future aim is to study neuronal networks and their specific information processing roles and capabilities. Interests also include science policy and educational outreach.
Todd studied Engineering and Computer Science at Swarthmore College, graduating in 2003, after which he moved to Virginia to work in IT (specifically ...