Alex Storer

I am a lowly graduate student PhD Candidate in Cognitive & Neural Systems at Boston University, working in the laboratory of Eric Schwartz. I graduated from UC Berkeley, where I studied Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Cognitive Science, with an emphasis in Neuroscience. I also make music in my increasingly meager spare time, and you can listen to it here. I also invite you to marvel at the image to the left.

I think that sensory substitution is really amazing and useful, so in a caffeinated haze I wrote a paper about it (Fall, 2005). I went so far as to do a little experiment about it (Spring, 2006).

Presently, I'm working on computational anatomy and topographic modeling of the Lateral Geniculate Nucleus, and all of the problems that come with it. I have a deep appreciation for brainmaps.org.

Contact me: storer [at] cns.bu.edu

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