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Shuo Wang, PhD

Assistant Professor

Affiliations

Chemical & Biomedical Engineering; Physiology, Pharmacology, & Neuroscience; Blanchette Rockefeller Neurosciences Institute

Graduate Training

California Institute of Technology, Computation and Neural Systems, PhD

Fellowship

Postdoctoral Fellow, California Institute of Technology; Postdoctoral Research Associate, Princeton University


Link to personal site: https://sites.google.com/site/shuowangsocialneuroscience/


Research Interests

Our lab exploits the unique opportunities provided by intracranial electrical recordings during neurosurgical procedures. Using single-neuron recording from epileptic patients implanted with depth electrodes, we investigate neural mechanisms of saliency, attention, and face processing. We also combine multimodal neuroscience approaches, including functional neuroimaging, intracranial and scalp EEG, and computational modeling, as well as study neurological populations such as amygdala lesion patients and people with autism.

Research Topics:
  • Investigating the neural basis for goal-directed visual search
  • Investigating the neural basis for saliency and memory using natural scene stimuli
  • Investigating the neural basis for face processing using computational face models
  • Investigating the psychological and neural bases underlying altered saliency representation in autism


Recent Publications

[2017]

[2016]

[2015]

[2014]