Gunnar Blohm (PhD in Engineering & Neuroscience; http://compneurosci.com/) is a Professor for Computational Neuroscience at Queen’s University. He is best known for his ground-breaking research in sensory-motor control investigation movement planning and the coordination of different motor systems. In his lab, he uses computational modeling in conjunction with behavioural measures, psychophysics, brain imaging, brain stimulation and patient work. As an award-winning teaching innovator, he has co-founded (2020) and is co-directing Neuromatch Academy, offering accessible hands-on courses in Computational Neuroscience and Deep Learning.
Gunnar Blohm, PhD
Co-Founder, NeuroMatch Academy
Director, NeuroTech Micro-Credential Program