[Cyborg] [EEG] Sorcerers' apprentice (Re: Bootstrapping class?)

ch_luk at berkeley.edu ch_luk at berkeley.edu
Tue Apr 13 21:26:38 UTC 2010

Funny, I have neurons firing action potentials behind me as I type. =)

Mike and Kelly have given great advance, Sai. Go talk to people and see if
you can help them with their work.

Below are some neuroscience labs/companies in the extended Bay Area to get
you started on narrowing down what you'd like to explore. It's by no means
comprehensive, because the bay is actually a neuroscience hot spot.

UC Berkeley
 Helen Wills Neuroscience Institute - Bob Knight, Bill Jagust (Lawrence
Berkeley Labs affiliated), Lu Chen, Jose Carmena,...
 Redwood Center for Theoretical Neuroscience - Bruno Olshausen,...
 International Computer Science Institute - Richard Karp, Srini Narayanan,...
 Depts of Molecular cell biology (Neurobiology emphasis), Psychology

 Dept of Neuroscience - Adam Gazzaley, Allison Doupe,...
 Sloan-Swartz Center for Theoretical Neurobiology -  Philip Sabes,...
 UCSF Memory and Aging Center
 Ernest Gallo Clinic and Research Center

 Dept of neuroscience, bioengineering - Krishna Shenoy, Karl Deisseroth,...
 Center for Mind, Brain, and Computation

NeuroFocus - neuro-marketing
Scientific Learning Corporation - brain fitness
Medtronic - deep brain stimulator
NeuroSky - EEG head gear
NeuroPace, Inc. - epilepsy control
Numenta - theoretical neuroscience/AI
Genentech - neuro-related biotech

Feel free to email me at ch_luk at berkeley.edu if you want more neuroscience
insight beyond what Kelly and others provide.


> On Tue, 2010-04-13 at 12:14 -0700, Kelly wrote:
>> Oh no I forgot Chung-hay.  Make that 3 NB members.
>> -Kelly
> Obviously, I forgot to mention Chung-Hay, too.
> So, Jean, Chung-Hay, ... who's the third one?
> Christoph
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