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Jeremy Freeman, PhD
Janelia Group Leader / 2014–Present

Scientific Discipline

Neuroscience, Systems Biology

Host Institution

Janelia Farm Research Campus

Current Position

Dr. Freeman is a group leader at the Janelia Research Campus. He was a Janelia junior fellow from 2013 to 2014.

Current Research

Linking Brain and Behavior Through Computation

Jeremy Freeman is investigating how neural circuits encode sensory information and transform it into signals that guide behavior.

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Biography

Jeremy Freeman is a group leader at the Janelia Research Campus, using computation to understand how neural circuits encode sensory information and guide behavior. Freeman received a BA with high honors in neuroscience from Swarthmore…

Jeremy Freeman is a group leader at the Janelia Research Campus, using computation to understand how neural circuits encode sensory information and guide behavior. Freeman received a BA with high honors in neuroscience from Swarthmore College. He earned a PhD in neural science at the Center for Neural Science at New York University, where he studied the visual system of the primate, under his advisors Eero P. Simoncelli, David J. Heeger, and J.A. Movshon.

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Research Papers

Education

  • BA, neuroscience, Swarthmore College
  • PhD, neural science, Center for Neural Science at New York University