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Our lab works at the interface of the biological and computational sciences closing the loop between theory and experiment. Computational principles guide our experiments into the underlying biology, and through biological insights, we aim to inspire next generation models. Our experiments use advanced tools for observing and perturbing neural activity during visual behavior. The lab is part of the world-class, interdisciplinary research community that forms the Zuckerman Mind Brain Behavior Institute at Columbia.

Recent Publication

Large-scale, high-resolution comparison of core object recognition behavior in humans, monkeys, and deep neural networks (in prep)

*Rajalingham, Rishi
*Issa, Elias B
Schmidt, Kailyn
Kar, Kohitij
Bashivan, Pouya
DiCarlo, James J