INCF Course Director: Advanced Statistical Modeling of Neuronal Data (2012)One week intensive course in advanced statistical methods for analyzing neural recordings (single neuron recordings, neuronal populations, fMRI, EEG/MEG) held at U. Osnabruck, Germany and attended by 35 international Ph.D. students.
The course was funded by an 18,000 € INCF grant which I co-wrote.
Lecture 1 Encoding Models
Lecture 2 Model Selection
Lecture 3 Encoding Example
Lecture 4 Decoding
Lecture 5 State Space Decoding (Chalk Talk Notes)
Lecture 6 Population Models 1
Lecture 7 Population Models 2
Video of the above lectures being delivered (and also those of other course instructors) can be found here.
Co-Instructor: Course 9.917 Neural Dynamics, Dept. Brain and Cognitive Sciences, MIT (2008)Seminar style course on the dynamics of cortical processing. Team taught with Professors Graybiel, Moore, Ritt and Jones to ~40 MIT Ph.D. Students.
Example Lecture What is the Local Field Potential?
Teaching Assistant: Introductory Physics: Mechanics, Dept. Physics, U. Wisconsin Madison (1995-1996)Undergraduate level mechanics (physics). Bi-weekly, hour long discussion sections and weekly, 3 hour laboratories presented to physics majors, engineering majors and pre-medical students.
Example Teaching Evaluations
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