Daniel Wood

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I do biological and computational investigations of the visuomotor system. Currently pursuing two directions:

1. Trying to decipher the frontal eye fields. Our current approach is to record from many FEF cells while monkeys search for targets in natural scenes (with Mark Segraves).

2. Investigating the cortical and subcortical circuits that drive eye movements in mice (with JC Cang).


Bio: Proud American/Canadian dual citizen. Former session guitarist. I miss living near mountains. Wannabe sailor. I like snakes, especially viperidae. Hate goats. Fascinated by Polynesian history. Studied philosophy (primarily existential phenomenology) during my undergrad.

Here is my occasionally updated personal site.

Remember: "The world is full of magical things patiently waiting for our wits to grow sharper." -Bertrand Russell

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