Mini Bio

A picture of Brandon in his garden
Curriculum vitae

I'm passionate about both exploring the world around us via empirical methods and spreading that passion to the next generation.

My interests include: primate visual perception, brain-machine interfaces, and transhumanism. (Read more)

Vanderbilt Brain Institute
515 Wilson Hall
Nashville, TN 37240
brandon@insalubrio.us
Featured Project

Visual Abstract
Resting state correlations in visual cortex reflect fluctuations of cortical arousal
Moore B, Cox MA, Dougherty K, Young MS, Maier A. (2014)

Resting state LFP coherence is compartmentalized along the laminar dimention and rapidly decreases with distance. We examined how this property changes over time as a function of arousal. Increases in arousal result in a decrease in the resting state correlations within the V1 columnar microcircuit.