PhD candidate, University of Melbourne
I am computer scientist working on neuroscience at the University of Melbourne. I use tools from mathematics, statistics and computer science to study the brain from a network model perspective. I'm interested in how we can use networks to understand the elements of the natural world, working at the interface between life and computational sciences.
Brain regions exchange information by sending and receiving signals through a network of nerve connections. This exchange is crucial to all aspects of the brains functioning, including how we experience the world, form...