N Alex Cayco Gajic

I am a Junior Professor at the École Normale Supérieure in Paris. My research focuses on how the cerebellum controls behaviour, from motor learning to cognition.

I received a PhD in applied mathematics at the University of Washington in Seattle (under the supervision of Eric Shea Brown) where my dissertation focused on how correlated neural activity impacts population coding. I then joined Angus Silver's lab in University College London to study the cerebellum and get my hands dirty with large-scale data analysis. I integrate these two sources of training in my current work, by combining a variety of quantitative methods for neurotheory and data analysis.

To learn more about my research interests please visit my team website.

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Group for Neural TheoryLaboratoire de Neurosciences Cognitives & ComputationnellesDépartement D’Etudes CognitivesÉcole Normale Supérieure