Roberto Gaza joins the Bahl Lab
1. November 2022
Roberto's project aims to develop models of decision-making in larval zebrafish, with a focus on timescale heterogeneity and characterization of noise sources. He uses behavioral experiments to design comprehensive decision-making models and formulates realistic hypotheses on the underlying neural circuits. Roberto also acquires two-photon microscopic data to develop data-driven neural networks that can account for a wide spectrum of noise sources and timescales, as well as changes in the number of neurons in growing larval brains. In his spare time, there is nothing he likes better than wood crafting or roaming in nature.