2nd-Year Student in the Stanford Neurosciences Ph.D. Program
PI: Dan Yamins
Vision & Perception Neuroscience Lab
PI: Kalanit Grill-Spector
eshedm [at] stanford [dot] edu
Statistical activation map demonstrating areas of the brain that respond more strongly to unfamiliar objects than to familiar objects. See Margalit et al., 2017 for details.
I study the functional architecture of the primate visual system. My interest is in describing and modeling the computations that govern visual cortex and the representations that they operate on. I hope to contribute to our understanding of how information is transformed in neural networks and how such networks develop. Click below to read more about specific projects:My Research
Papers, Projects, and Plans
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