Posts about brain decoding research

Taking some inspiration from Dr. Bradley Voytek (1, 2), I want to make this blog easily accessible to the public:

So one thing I'm going to try out in terms of talking about my [neural engineering] research will be to have a more general "layperson" write-up of my published research. I'm doing this in the hopes of making my work a little more accessible and interesting. I figure, if the public is paying for my research, at the very least they should be able to know what was done and why I thought it was worth doing.

Of course, when he wrote this, there was already a published paper worth talking about. I'll need about two months to get to this point, but I still intend to uphold this philosophy in all my writings.


Paolo Gabriel is a graduate student at University of California, San Diego. He is obtaining his PhD by conducting research with the Translational Neuroengineering Lab.