Matthew McCann joined the Fitzpatrick Lab in July 2016 as a member of MPFI’s Post-Baccalaureate Research Experience (PRE) program. His research studies the effects of learning and visually guided behavior in visual cortical circuits. His current projects include developing real-time video-based eye tracking algorithms for use in visual behavior experiments.
- Brain-machine interface
- Chronic neural stimulation and recording
- In-vivo 2-photon imaging
- Electronics and software development for neuroscientific applications
- BSE, Duke University, Biomedical Engineering (2016)