Lab Members

Ben Hayden

Ben received his Ph.D. from the University of California Berkeley and was a post-doctoral fellow at Duke University. In 2009, he was the Outstanding Young Investigator for the Society for Neuroeconomics. Since then, his research has been featured twice in Senator Tom Coburn's Wastebook, a government publication highlighting worthless science.

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Principal Investigator

Praneet Bala

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Department of Computer Science

Tyler Cash-Padgett

Tyler received his B.A. in neuroscience and philosophy from Johns Hopkins University. He studies the neuronal basis of decision making and cognitive control.

Graduate Student

Roberto Lopez Cervera

Roberto earned a B.S. in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from the University of California, Santa cruz.

MD/PhD student

Jennifer Holmberg

Blurb: Jen earned a Genetics, Cell Biology and Development B.S. from the University of Minnesota in 2016, and works as a Researcher 1 in the Zimmermann and Hayden labs. 

Researcher

Hannah Lee

Hannah graduated in 2019 with a BS in Biochemistry from the University of Minnesota. She works as a Researcher 1 in both the Heilbronner and Hayden Labs.

Lab Technician

David Maisson

David received his BA in Psychology from Cal State Uni, Northridge. He received is MS in Neuroscience from the University of Delaware. He studies how neural state transitions drive behavioral transitions during free exploration.

Graduate student

Priyanka Mehta

Priyanka received her bachelor's degree in Cognitive Science from UCLA.

Graduate Student

Ben Voloh

Ben received his PhD in Psychology from Vanderbilt University. He studies how neural state transitions drive behavioral transitions during exploration in free movement.

Post-doc

Mrunal Zambre

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Our Undergraduates

Kyle Edmonston

Rachel Knoebl

Collin Meyer

Salma Muftah

Preeta Pavagadhi

Emma Rochlin

Elaina Seemann
Afra Suri
Sydney Walsh

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Collaborators

Adriana Cushnie

Adriana received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Brooklyn College-CUNY. She studies the anatomical connectivity of brain circuits supporting salience detection.

Graduate Program in Neuroscience

Sarah Heilbronner

Neuroanatomy

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Department of Neuroscience

Alex Herman

Human intracranial electrophysiology

Department of Psychiatry

Hyun Soo Park

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Department of Computer Science

John Pearson

Data wrangling

Department of Biostatics and Bioinformatics, Duke University

Yuan Yao

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Department of Computer Science

Jan Zimmermann

Single unit physiology and fMRI

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Department of Neuroscience

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