Hey there! My name is Garrett Michael Flynn, and I’m a 3rd-year computational neuroscience student at the University of Southern California.
With several years of experience critiquing the representation of brain-computer interfaces (see A Neurocausal Connecting Principle, Neurohype, my poster for the 2019 Annual Meeting of the International Neuroethics Society, and Mousai Neurotechnologies as developed by the Neurogenesis Working Group at Ahmanson Lab), I am currently developing new methods to process and represent human neurophysiology recordings. Since Summer 2018, I have been developing a MATLAB pipeline for the extraction of hippocampal local field potentials from depth electrode recordings in epilepsy patients performing a delayed match-to-sample task.
With the intent to apply such features to multiscale memory decoding models (mMDM) for the classification of memory contents given brain data alone, this early project is slowly developing into an open-source Python module for neural prosthesis development.
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University of Southern California
Los Angeles, CA