# Alex Berardino

Alex is a PhD candidate in Computational Neuroscience at NYU and co-founder of NeuWrite Downtown, a scientist-journalist collaborative in New York City.

Graduate Student, Computational Neuroscience, New York University

Alex is a PhD candidate in Computational Neuroscience at NYU and co-founder of NeuWrite Downtown, a scientist-journalist collaborative in New York City.

My name is Ben Brown-Steiner, post-doctoral researcher at Cornell University.

PhD Candidate, Biomedical Engineering, Northwestern University

I'm a graduate student in the Miller Lab at Northwestern University, working on understanding how the brain represents the sense of body positioning, …

PhD Candidate, Engineering Sciences and Applied Mathematics, Northwestern University

I study simple mathematical models that provide insight into complex natural phenomena, such as evolution and human social behavior.

Graduate Student in Computational Life Science at Purdue University

Whitney is a Ph.D. candidate in Biochemistry, specializing in Computational Life Science, at Purdue University.

Graduate Student, Carnegie Mellon, Computer Science

Jesse is a Ph.D. student in the Computer Science Department at Carnegie Mellon University.

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Daniel Engber writes about science and culture for Slate, the New York Times Magazine and Wired, among other venues.

Justin in a PhD candidate in the Interdisciplinary Biological Sciences (IBiS) program, where he studies the structure of regulatory networks involved …

Graduate Student Northwestern University Applied Math

Karna is a graduate student of applied mathematics at Northwestern University, where he studies the mathematics of ecology and climate change.

Northwestern University

Graduate Student, Computational and Cognitive Neuroscience, UC Berkeley

I am a graduate student at UC Berkeley, studying computational and cognitive neuroscience.

Recent PhD in Mathematics at UC Berkeley

Adam Merberg recently completed a PhD in Mathematics at University of California, Berkeley. His PhD thesis was on noncommutative analogs of Brownian motion.

Graduate Student, Department of Mathematics at MIT

William Perry is a graduate student in the Department of Mathematics at MIT, having recently studied at Oxford.

Graduate Student, MIT, Applied Math

David Rolnick is a first-year Ph.D. student in Applied Math at MIT.

Professor of Applied Mathematics at Cornell University

Steven Strogatz is the Jacob Schurman Professor of Applied Mathematics at Cornell University.

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