Adrian Bondy

I am a postdoctoral research fellow in Carlos Brody's lab at the Princeton Neuroscience Institute where I study the neural basis of decision making in rats. Before that, I completed my PhD with Bruce Cumming at the Laboratory of Sensorimotor Research (LSR) and the NIH, where I studied the role of feedback in visual processing in macaques. The goal of my current work is to clarify the distinct role of spatially- and genetically-defined striatal subcircuits in evidence accumulation. My main research interests going forward include the neural mechanisms of complex cognitive behaviors like evidence accumulation, the complex interactions between “sensory” and “cognitive” brain areas in these computations, and deploying next-generation tools for large-scale electrophysiological recording.

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