The University of Washington Neuroinformatics R&D Group

The Neuroinformatics R&D Group at the University of Washington Psychology Department and eScience Institute conducts research on the biological basis of brain function using computational tools that we develop and maintain.

Projects

Swipes for science

Make your own citizen science project

AFQ

Automated Fiber Quantification

Braindr

Tinder for brains

DIPY

Diffusion Imaging in Python

Learning2learn

What happens in the brain when we learn how to solve a problem?

NeuroHackademy

Summer Institute in Neuroimaging and Data Science

Pulse2percept

Models for sight restoration

People

Principal Investigator

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Ariel Rokem

Research Assistant Professor

Members

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John Kruper

Researcher

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Ezgi Yucel

PhD Student

Alumni

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Anisha Keshavan

Research Scientist

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Jon Luntzel

Researcher

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Michael Beyeler

Assistant Professor

Collaborators

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Eleftherios Garyfallidis

Assistant Professor

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Geoff Boynton

Professor

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Ione Fine

Professor

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Jason Yeatman

Assistant Professor

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Noah Simon

Associate Professor

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Tal Yarkoni

Research Associate Professor

Recent Publications

Big Data promises to advance science through data-driven discovery. However, many standard lab protocols rely on manual examination, …

Degenerative retinal diseases such as retinitis pigmentosa and macular degeneration cause irreversible vision loss in more than 10 …

Human neuroscience research faces several challenges with regards to reproducibility. While scientists are generally aware that data …