Hey There!

I’m Garrett Flynn: a second-year computational neuroscience student at the University of Southern California.





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Since 2017, I’ve been conducting research at Hires Lab to investigate the neural circuit mechanisms of tactile sensation. 

In early 2019, I also began working at USC’s Center for Neural Engineering to improve their Multi-Input Multi-Output (MIMO) and Memory Decoding (MD) nonlinear dynamic models. Ultimately, these models are leveraged in a hippocampal prosthesis for the functional restoration of memory in those suffering from dementia, TBI, and other neurological impairment.