Jesse Gomez, PhD
jessegomez [at] princeton.edu
Shannon Shin-Yu Chen
Stuart is an undergraduate concentrating in Neuroscience. He is working on studying how the visual system develops, in particular how parts of the brain important in deploying attention change how they pool information from cortex and space.
Shannon is an undergraduate concentrating in Neuroscience. She is interested in how experience in early childhood impacts the organization of the adult brain, using life-long players of popular video games as a model of brain unique development.
Allie is an undergraduate concentrating in Neuroscience. She is currently researching how different sensory modalities may be interconnected in the developing brain and how this connectivity may change with experience and development.
Niranjana is an undergraduate concentrating in Neuroscience. She is interested in the infant brain and the structural mechanisms that enable and constrain memory formation, and these mechanisms differ from adults.
Sidney is an undergraduate concentrating in Neuroscience. She is researching what connectivity in the early visual system can tell us about what computations are being made in the baby brain, and this connectivity may be pruned or enhanced with development.