Hal S. Greenwald
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I am a lead neuroscientist in Sensory & Cognitive Systems at MITRE, a private, non-profit corporation that operates federally funded research and development centers (FFRDCs) near Washington, DC. My expertise is at the intersection of neuroscience/cognitive science and artificial intelligence and includes topics like biological vision, artificial neural circuits, and bio-inspired sensing. For my doctoral research at the University of Rochester, I used computational and behavioral approaches to study binocular vision, 3D orientation perception, visual cue integration, and motor control.
I co-founded the Society for Neuroscience Washington, DC Metro Area Chapter in 2012 and am a past president and vice-president. Our monthly events focus on education, public outreach, and networking/social events. If you're a neuroscientist in the Washington, DC area and would like to join the chapter's mailing list, please sign up at http://groups.google.com/group/sfn-potomac/ or join our LinkedIn group.
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