Murray Lab at Yale

Research in the lab, led by John D. Murray, is in computational neuroscience. Topics of interest include neural circuit dynamics; cognitive functions such as decision making and working memory; reinforcement learning; neuro-AI; and neuropsychiatric disorders. We develop modeling and data-analytic approaches, frequently in collaboration with experimentalists. We are based in the N3 Division of the Department of Psychiatry at Yale School of Medicine.

Lab News

  • Summer 2022: Physics PhD students Nick Weaver and Carlton Smith are rotating in the lab. Welcome, Nick and Carlton!
  • May 2022: Daming Li graduated with his PhD in Physics. Congratulations, Daming!
  • March 2022: Jacob Miller has joined the lab as a Wu Tsai postdoctoral fellow. Welcome, Jacob!

Upcoming Events

  • Aug 2022: Taku Ito will give a talk on his research at the annual Swartz meeting at CSHL.
  • Sept 1, 2022: John will give a talk at Johns Hopkins University.
  • Sept 15-17, 2022: John will teach in the Zurich Computational Psychiatry Course (CPC).
  • Feb 23, 2023: John will give a talk at UC Davis in the Perspectives in Neuroscience seminar series.