Colloquium on the Brain and Cognition with Adrienne Fairhall
Adrienne Fairhall holds a first class honors degree in theoretical physics, working with Bob Dewar in plasma physics, from ANU in Canberra, Australia and completed her PhD in physics at the Weizmann Institute, with Itamar Procaccia working on turbulence, in 1998. She moved into neuroscience research as a postdoc with Bill Bialek at NEC Research Institute in Princeton, then with Michael Berry at Princeton University. She joined the faculty of UW’s Department of Physiology and Biophysics in 2004 and became a co-director of the WRF Institute for Neuroengineering in 2014. With Eric Shea-Brown, she co-directs the Computational Neuroscience Center’s research and educational program at UW. In 2022, Adrienne was a Tocqueville-Fulbright scholar at Ecole Normale Superieure in Paris.
Zoom Link: https://mit.zoom.us/j/93852051465
Followed by a reception with food and drink: