Picower Institute for Learning and Memory
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
eadam [at] mit [dot] edu
I study brain dynamics using mathematics, experiments and engineering. How are these dynamics generated and controlled by interacting neurobiological systems,
how do they affect or alter brain function in health and disease, and how can they be leveraged for therapeutics? To address these questions:
• I devise mathematical models and techniques to characterize and explain them.
• I derive systems theoretic principles to unify pieces of understanding of brain function.
I have gone through my scientific life as a practical engineer, a mathematical systems theorist and a neuroscientist: experimental, translational and computational.
I am equally comfortable devising abstract mathematical theories, as I am with developing hardware and software solutions or performing the necessary surgical procedures for data acquisition and neural circuit probing. And, I can and have had the chance to converse with and relate to researchers from a wide range of scientific backgrounds.
Always feel free to reach out: eadam [at] mit [dot] edu.
I am always keen to discuss research and related topics.