In the Computational Neuroscience Lab, we study the function of the nervous system using mainly theoretical and computational methods. Much of the work is focused on understanding perception and cognition, in particular in the areas of selective attention, visual perceptual organization and decision making. Most of our work is done in close collaboration with other groups that provide data to constrain our models. 
The lab is an integral part of the Johns Hopkins University neuroscience environment, in particular the Department of Neuroscience in the Johns Hopkins School of Sciences The lab is located in the Zanvyl Krieger Mind/Brain Institute in the School of Arts and Sciences on the Homewood campus.