The UC Riverside NSF Integrated Graduate Education Research and Training (IGERT) Program on
Video Bioinformatics



Contact Information

The IGERT Program
Winston Chung Hall Room 216
University of California, Riverside
900 University Avenue
Riverside, CA 92521-0425

Tel: (951)-827-3954

IGERT Resource Center
Bourns College of Engineering

Video Bioinformatics Edited Book 2013

Participating Ph.D. Programs:
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Computer Science and Engineering
Cell, Molecular and Development Biology
Botany & Plant Sciences
Plant Pathology and Microbiology
Biomedical Sciences
Mechanical Engineering
Chemical & Environmental Engineering



Brett Bays

Brett Bays received his undergraduate degree from the University of Texas at Austin with a double major in Psychology and Philosophy. As an undergrad he focused on cognitive psychology, cognitive neuroscience, statistics, and logic. He entered the PhD program for Psychology at UC Riverside in 2010 under the mentorship of Aaron Seitz. His primary research involves mechanisms of learning, specifically perceptual learning and statistical learning, and imaging the neural processes behind these mechanisms over the temporal dimension to discover how the processes change over different time courses. The development of new data analytic techniques for electroencephalography, techniques which would incorporate patterns occurring in the temporal dimension to a higher degree than is currently done in most research, is also of primary interest.

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The UC Riverside Integrated Graduate Education Research and Training Program in Video Bioinformatics
Last modified: 06/15/2016