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Bradley Voytek
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UCSD Assistant Professor of Computational Cognitive Science and Neuroscience
UCSD Assistant Professor of Computational Cognitive Science and Neuroscience

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First research paper out of my new lab!

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New Voytek Lab paper by Richard Gao!
Voytek Lab Cognitive Science PhD student, Richard Gao, wrote a detailed piece about his new  paper, " Interpreting the Electrophysiological Power Spectrum,” published in the peer-reviewed, student-focused “NeuroForum” mini-review section for the Journal of ...

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New Nature Neuroscience paper!
I wrote a detailed piece about my new  Nature Neuroscience paper, "Oscillatory dynamics coordinating human frontal networks in support of goal maintenance" over at my lab blog. Please check it out ! Voytek B, Kayser AS, Badre D, Fegen D, Chang EF, Crone NE,...

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Neural Communication: Jazz, Not Symphony
New post up over on my (new) main blog! It's about my latest paper , "Dynamic Network Communication as a Unifying Neural Basis for Cognition, Development, Aging, and Disease." This paper was invited as part of a special issue for Biological Psychiatry title...

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Moving to our new home!
After many long years here on Blogger, I've finally pulled the trigger and I'm moving over to WordPress on my new lab website! You can find the new blog at: http://voyteklab.com/blog/ You can also subscribe to blog updates using the RSS feed at: http://voyt...

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SfN 2014
This will be my first year attending SfN as an actual professor (I was hired but hadn't started by SfN 2013). This means I'm on the lookout for potential PhD students and post-docs. Nothing certain yet, as grants haven't come back, but if you're looking for...

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The tenure-track: The first months
Apparently people read this blog and have noticed I’ve not updated in a few months. People are all like , “hey man, what happened to your bloviating?” Here’s the (shocking!) gist: moving to a new city, starting a faculty job, writing a book, having a second...

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The language of science
The Washington Post has a headline that reads, verbatim, "A toddler squeezed through the White House gate and caused a security alert. Seriously." Isn't the Washington Post a "real" newspaper with like, journalistic standards and stuff? Does the headline re...

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Biologists, stop trying to make "moon shot" a thing
Kennedy's "moon shot" was a huge success with regards to throwing a ton of government money at a problem to facilitate and expedite a solution. Getting humans on the moon--and then getting them back home--all using decades-old computer technology was an inc...

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A Neuroscientist Walks Into a Startup (redux)
Someone just pointed to me that a video of the talk I gave at the 2013 Society for Neuroscience conference on careers beyond the bench is online . This talk is informal and conversational (which is how I normally talk). Distilling out all my rambling, the m...
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