Daniel Lurie

Graduate Student
Berkeley, CA
I am a graduate student in the Cognitive Neuroscience PhD program at UC Berkeley. My work uses fMRI to grow our understanding of the large-scale functional architecture of the human brain, and how whole-brain activity and connectivity dynamics relate to ongoing cognition. I am particularly interested in identifying the mechanisms underlying the control of brain dynamics, and working to integrate existing knowledge about the neural basis of cognitive control and working memory with emerging insights from complex systems, network science, and machine learning.