We are continuing the new series of student-professor lunch sessions. The goal is for grad students to learn more about the professors in the program; their research, career paths, and general research philosophies. In addition to this we will be having some big picture discussions about the professors' research and learn where their research will take science in 10-20 years. This is a great opportunity for younger BioEs to learn about all the research going on at Tech and to explore potential thesis committee members!
Dr. Eva Dyer will be our next guest faculty on March 6th! Sign up with this link to reserve your spot. We are keeping the group small to keep the conversation personal and involved. Lunch will be provided for the group from Highland Bakery.
Dr. Dyer obtained her degrees in Electrical & Computer Engineering, including a Ph.D. and M.S. from Rice University and went on to be a Research Scientist in the Bayesian Behavior Lab at Northwestern University. She is currently an Assistant Professor in the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University. She runs the Neural Data Science (NerDS) Lab, where she and her team develop new machine learning and data science approaches for making sense of large-scale neural datasets.
Here's her lab website for you to come prepared for an engaging and focused discussion!