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Aiyappan Subramoniam subramoniam India
Subramoniam Aiyappan
Email: Phone:
+91 9894247355 (Mobile)
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Neuroimaging, Genomics and genetics
Research focus: I am intrested in functional connectivity of fMRI/MRI Neuro imaging analysis and Neuro-Medical Informatics / Neuroscience / Bioinformatics / Computational Biology
Razi Adeel Wellcome Trust Ctr for Neuroimaging, UCL United Kingdom
Email:
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience, Neuroimaging, Large scale modeling
Research focus: My general focus is on developing mathematical models to help characterise how brain is organized. I am interested in developing dynamic causal models for resting state functional MRI.
Van Essen David Washington University School of Medicine United States
David Van Essen
Email:
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Digital atlasing, Neuroimaging
Research focus: Our laboratory develops and uses computerized brain mapping techniques to study the structure, function, and development of cerebral cortex in humans and nonhuman primates.
Archie Kevin Washington University School of Medicine United States
Email: Phone:
314-362-3672 (Office)
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Neuroimaging
Research focus: I'm primarily working on informatics infrastructure for the Human Connectome Project, while thinking about mining and searching in large neuroimaging archives.
Marcus Daniel Washington University United States
Daniel Marcus
Email:
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Digital atlasing, Neuroimaging, Infrastructural and portal services
Research focus: My lab develops open source imaging informatics software.
Jaffry Syed Vrije University Amsterdam Netherlands
Email: Phone:
+31.20.598781 (Office)
+31.20.5987653 (Fax)
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience
Research focus: Trust dynamics are often modelled from cognitive perspective, leaving affective aspects. Inspired by neurological findings we are designing neural models for Trust that carry affective aspect as well.
Landman Bennett Vanderbilt University United States
Bennett Landman
Email:
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience, Digital atlasing, Neuroimaging, Large scale modeling, Infrastructural and portal services, Clinical neuroscience
Research focus: I am interested in population characterization with magnetic resonance imaging, multi-parametric studies (DTI, sMRI, qMRI), and shape modeling and the informatics required to support these efforts.
Van Pelt Jaap VU University Amsterdam, CNCR Netherlands
Jaap Van Pelt
Email: Phone:
+31 20 5987043 (Office)
+31 20 5987112 ()
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience
Research focus: My research is focused on (i) modeling neuronal morphogenesis and network formation on the basis of principles of neural development, (ii) the reciprocal interaction between structuring of network connectivity and structuring of network firing dynamics state space, and (iii) analytical methodology to explore spatio-temporal patterns of firing from multielectrode recordings in cultured neuronal networks as states in a complex firing dynamics state space.
Verhoog Matthijs VU University Amsterdam Netherlands
Matthijs Verhoog
Email:
Research Area(s): Neuroimaging, Electrophysiology
Research focus: My research is focussed on investigating rules, mechanisms and modulation of spike timing-dependent plasticity at rodent and human synapses, along with studying human neuron morphology and physiology.
Kock Christiaan VU University Amsterdam Netherlands
Christiaan d Kock
Email:
Research Area(s): Digital atlasing, Electrophysiology
Research focus: My goal is to examine how cortical neurons encode sensory stimuli and how stimulus representation is affected by behavior. using in vivo electrophysiology and 3D reconstruction of recorded neurons.
Souami Feryel Université des Sciences et de la Technologie USTHB Algeria
Email:
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience
Research focus: multimedia indexing and retrieval, color image description, image perception, human video recofnition
Eng Kynan University of Zurich and ETH Zurich Switzerland
Kynan Eng
Email: Phone:
+41 44 6353042 (Office)
+41 44 6353052 (Secretariat)
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics
Research focus: Applications of neuroinformatics in rehabilitation, learning in cellular systems, educational teaching aids  
Rohlik Ondrej University of West Bohemia in Pilsen Czech Republic
Ondrej Rohlik
Email: Phone:
+420377632450 (Office)
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics
Research focus: We are experimenting with meassuring and assessing drivers’ vigilance, especially after many hours of driving. In particular we analyze the level of driver’s drowsiness by measuring brain electrical activity during the driving. One of the challenges is to obtain valid real-world data. Hence, we approach this challenge by using advanced simulation environment and specialized set of scenarios developed specifically to simulate long-distance driving. We managed to keep the vehicle control simple enough not to distract the subject. Then the monotonous drive may be interrupted by sudden events (people crossing roads and cars or obstacles suddenly appearing in front of the car). Our primary goal is to analyze the EEG activity before, while, and after such events. We have arrived to a simulation platform where subjects experience immersive virtual reality. Our state-of-the-art system is available for experiments involving wide range of traffic situation. This is made possible by adapted version of VBS2 professional tool which allows us to control the simulation either through scripted events or manually by an operator. Recently we mastered the communication between simulation software and EEG recording device which enable us precise meassurements and subsequent analysis. We are interested in colaboration on this and similar topics.
Matousek Vaclav University of West Bohemia in Pilsen Czech Republic
Vaclav Matousek
Email: Phone:
+420 377 632 471 (Office)
+420 377 632 402 (Fax)
Research Area(s): Brain machine interface
DeWolf Travis University of Waterloo Canada
Travis DeWolf
Email:
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience, Large scale modeling
Research focus: My goal is to develop a formal mathematical model capturing the function and interaction of the neurobiological subsystems involved in motor control.
Nichols Nolan University of Washington United States
Nolan Nichols
Email:
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Neuroimaging, Infrastructural and portal services
Research focus: Nolan is a PhD Candidate in Biomedical Informatics at the University of Washington and works with the Neuroimaging Task Force on NIDM - the Neuoimaging Data Model.
Nichols Thomas University of Warwick United Kingdom
Thomas Nichols
Email:
Research Area(s): Neuroimaging
Research focus: Thomas Nichols is a Professor at the University of Warwick, joint between the Department of Statistics and WMG's Institute for Digital Healthcare.
Durka Piotr University of Warsaw Poland
Piotr J Durka
Email: Phone:
48 22 6254535 (Secretariat)
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Brain machine interface, Electrophysiology, Infrastructural and portal services, Clinical neuroscience
Research focus: Methodological unification in EEG analysis. Brain-computer interfaces.
Dahl Svein University of Tromsø Norway
Email: Phone:
+47 776 44704 (Office)
+47 776 45300 (Fax)
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics
Wang Guang-Zhong University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas
Email:
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Digital atlasing, Neuroimaging, Genomics and genetics, Large scale modeling, Brain machine interface
Research focus: decode the design principle of brain using molecular evolutionary approach
Cornelis Hugo University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio United States
Hugo Cornelis
Email:
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Large scale modeling, Infrastructural and portal services
Research focus: Simulator and simulator infrastructure development, modeling and simulation to increase our understanding of cerebellar function.
Williams Robert University of Tennessee United States
Robert W Williams
Email: Phone:
(901) 448-7050 (Office)
Research Area(s): Genomics and genetics
Research focus: Systems genetics, complex trait analysis, and functional genomics; Control of gene expression; Genetics of CNS diseases and addiction; Visual system structure, function, and development; Advanced methods in collaborative research and data interchange
INCF activities: | Oversight Committee Chair
Echtermeyer Christoph University of St Andrews United Kingdom
Email:
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience
Research focus: My research is on methods to infer neural information flow networks from spike-train data and how these techniques can be tested adequately.
Bota Mihail University of Southern California United States
Email:
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics
Research focus: General neuroinformatics, ontologies design, connectome.
Anwar Syed University of Sheffield United Kingdom
Email:
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Neuroimaging
Research focus: MRI imaging, direct neuronal detection
Roesch Etienne University of Reading United Kingdom
Email:
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Neuroimaging, Large scale modeling, Neuromorphic engineering, Brain machine interface, Electrophysiology, Clinical neuroscience
Research focus: General brain functioning, Cognitive Science, emotion, attention, awareness, consciousness, neural fields, spiking neurons
Bojak Ingo University of Reading United Kingdom
Ingo Bojak
Email:
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience, Neuroimaging, Large scale modeling, Electrophysiology, Clinical neuroscience
Research focus: Prof Bojak is a computational neuroscientist specialized in neural activity at mesoscopic level, i.e., in the collective activity of many thousands of neurons.
Simmons Liberty University of Pennsylvania United States
Email: Phone:
215-573-8392 (Office)
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience, Neuroimaging, Electrophysiology
Research focus: Data Manager of the International Epilepsy Electrophysiology Database.
Gee James University of Pennsylvania United States
Email:
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Digital atlasing, Neuroimaging, Clinical neuroscience
Research focus: The research group I direct, the Penn Image Computing and Science Laboratory (PICSL), works broadly in the field of biological and medical image analysis and computing.
INCF activities: | Waxholm Space Task Force
Rahman Mohammed University of Padova Italy
Email: Phone:
+393881661904 (Mobile)
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience
Research focus: Simulating Neuromuscular Junction under Self-gating condition.
Bjaalie Jan University of Oslo Norway
Jan G Bjaalie
Email: Phone:
+47 917 87 901 (Mobile)
+47 22 85 10 45 (Fax)
(Secretariat)
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Digital atlasing, Neuroimaging, Infrastructural and portal services
Research focus: Jan Bjaalie is Head of the Institute of Basic Medical Sciences, University of Oslo, Norway, and Special Advisor to the International Neuroinformatics Coordinating Facility, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden. He received his M.D. and Ph.D. degrees in 1986 and 1990, respectively, and was appointed Associate Professor at the University of Oslo in 1992 and full Professor in 1997. His research group joined the Centre for Molecular Biology and Neuroscience, a Norwegian Centre of Excellence appointed by The Research Council of Norway, in 2002. His laboratory has discovered fundamental principles of sensory map transformations in large projection systems of the brain and has performed novel regional and whole brain atlasing and histological mapping. The laboratory has used ‘gold standard’ anatomical methods in combination with computerized methods for visualization and quantitative analyses, electrophysiology, and in vivo imaging, for studying systems level organization in the brain. In the context of this research, the group has developed a variety of software, including tools for 3-D reconstruction and advanced visualization of neuronal organization as well as database applications for neuroanatomical image data. The tools and databases of the laboratory are made available via the Rodent Brain Workbench, http://rbwb.org. Professor Bjaalie has been partner and coordinator of several EU funded projects and has collaborated extensively with leading laboratories in many countries. He serves on the board of several journals and is a member of the Neuroinformatics Committee of the Society for Neuroscience. He served as founding Executive Director of the International Neuroinformatics Coordinating Facility 2006 - 2008.
INCF activities: Digital Brain Atlasing | Oversight Committee
Coombes Stephen University of Nottingham United Kingdom
Stephen Coombes
Email:
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Large scale modeling
Research focus: My research interests lie in the area of mathematical biology and in particular the application of principles from nonlinear dynamics and statistical physics to the study of neural systems.
Zachariou Margarita University of Nottingham United Kingdom
Email:
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience
Research focus: My research interests lie in the area of mathematical and computational neuroscience. I am interested in developing and analysing both spiking neural networks and dynamical system models. I am also interested in applying computational and mathematical techniques to facilitate the analysis, presentation and interpretation of multi-electrode array recordings.
Gaser Christian University of Jena Germany
Christian Gaser
Email:
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience, Neuroimaging, Clinical neuroscience
Research focus: My principal research focuses on the development of methods for structural brain imaging and their application to investigate structural brain plasticity and schizophrenia.
Roerdink Jos University of Groningen Netherlands
Email: Phone:
+31-50-3633931 (Office)
Research Area(s): Neuroimaging
Research focus: The research group Scientific Visualization and Computer Graphics is part of the Department of Mathematics and Computing Science of the University of Groningen, the Netherlands.  The group carries out research in the area of scientific visualization, information visualization, software visualization, multiscale shape analysis, illustrative computer graphics, and innovative interfaces using large displays. We apply our research to fundamental and practical problems from the life sciences (functional brain imaging, bioinformatics) and astronomy. The group participates in the research school Behavioural and Cognitive Neuroscience (BCN) and the Neuroimaging Center (NIC) of the University of Groningen and the University Medical Center Groningen.
Sornborger Andrew University of Georgia United States
Andrew Sornborger
Email: Phone:
706 583-0854 (Office)
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Neuroimaging, Large scale modeling, Electrophysiology
Research focus: I have been focusing on the analysis of ratiometric calcium imaging data taken from chemoconvulsant induced seizures in the larval and adult zebrafish.
Beltrame Francesco University of Genua Italy
Email: Phone:
+39 010 353-2707 (Office)
+39 010 353-2948 (Fax)
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics
Research focus: Professor of Bioengineering at the School of Engineering of the University of Genoa, Italy.
Chicco Davide University of Genoa Italy
Email: Phone:
+393485904732 (Mobile)
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics
Research focus: Bioinformatics Computational Intelligence Evolutionay Alghoritms Evolutionay Computation Machine learning
Schenone Andrea University of Genoa Italy
Email:
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Digital atlasing, Neuroimaging, Electrophysiology, Infrastructural and portal services
Research focus: Interests mainly focused on neuroimaging and managing of multimodal data
Fontolan Lorenzo University of Geneva Switzerland
Email:
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience
Research focus: Computational neuroscience
Pernet Cyril University of Edinburgh - Brain Research Imaging Centre United Kingdom
Cyril Pernet
Email:
Research Area(s): Neuroimaging, Electrophysiology, Clinical neuroscience
Research focus: cognitive neuroscience and clinical applications with emphasis of methodological development
Willshaw David University of Edinburgh United Kingdom
David Willshaw
Email: Phone:
+44 131 650 4404 (Office)
+44 131 650 6899 (Fax)
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience
Research focus: The application of the methods of computational neurobiology -- mathematical analysis and computer simulation -- to an understanding of the development and functioning of the nervous system. Specific areas of interest: 1. The mechanisms by which retinotopically ordered projections and patterns of ocular dominance are developed between vertebrate eye and brain. 2. The mechanisms for the elimination of polyinnervation in developing muscle. 3. The functioning of the basal ganglia and related structures and their role in Parkinson's Disease. 4. The role of the mammalian hippocampus, cerebellum and neocortex in the associative storage and retrieval of information in the brain. 5. The development of neurally inspired algorithms for hard computational problems, such as combinatorial optimisation
van Rossum Mark University of Edinburgh United Kingdom
Mark van Rossum
Email:
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience
Research focus: My particular interests are: Synaptic plasticity, noise in neural systems, cortical dynamics in vision
Yarkoni Tal University of Colorado at Boulder United States
Email:
Research Area(s): Neuroimaging
Research focus: .
Hjorth Johannes University of Cambridge United Kingdom
Email:
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience
Research focus: Neurodevelopment, in particular computer modelling of retinotopic map formation.
Grethe Jeffrey University of California, San Diego United States
Email: Phone:
+1-858-822-0703 (Office)
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Digital atlasing, Neuroimaging, Genomics and genetics, Electrophysiology, Infrastructural and portal services
Research focus: My primary focus is on enabling collaborative research, data sharing and discovery through the application of advanced informatics approaches.
INCF activities: Standards for Data Sharing | Oversight Committee
Cachat Jonathan University of California, San Diego United States
Email:
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Infrastructural and portal services
Research focus: I am a curator & scientific data specialist at the Neuroscience Information Framework & NeuroLex.org
Little David University of California, San Diego United States
Email: Phone:
8584560917 (Office)
Research Area(s): Digital atlasing
Research focus: Developing digital atlasing software. Implementing OGC WPS (Open Geospatial Consortium, Web Processing Service) specifications
Gupta Amarnath University of California San Diego United States
Email:
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Infrastructural and portal services
Research focus: I work on data integration, ontology, data modeling, and query processing algorithms as applied to Neuroinformatics.
Specht Karsten University of Bergen Norway
Email:
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Neuroimaging, Large scale modeling, Clinical neuroscience
Research focus: My research is focusing on auditory perception, in particular speech perception and processing, investigated with fMRI and EEG and supplemented by modelling and connectivity analyses.
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