Neuro researchers at EPFL develop and apply new technologies to investigate brain function, dysfunction and therapy. Research areas include neural circuits, neurocomputation, neurotechnology, cellular and molecular neuroscience, cognitive and behavioural neuroscience as well as brain dysfunction and therapy.
The EPFL Neuro Research Groups are directed by 37 principal investigators.
Johan Auwerx, Aude Billard, Olaf Blanke, Jocelyne Bloch, Gregoire Courtine, Pascal Fua, Wulfram Gerstner, Diego Ghezzi, Johannes Gräff, Rolf Gruetter, Michael Herzog, Kathryn Hess Bellwald, Friedhelm Hummel, Auke Ijspeert, Ana Marija Jaksic, Graham Knott, Stéphanie Lacour, Gioele La Manno, Hilal Lashuel, Pierre Magistretti, Henry Markram, Alexander Mathis, Mackenzie Mathis, Brian McCabe, Silvestro Micera, Carl Petersen, Sahand Rahi, Gregor Rainer, Pavan Ramdya, Philippe Renaud, Carmen Sandi, Ralf Schneggenburger, Bernard Schneider, Felix Schürmann, Mahsa Shoaran, Jean-Philippe Thiran, Dimitri Van De Ville
The Brain Mind Institute is directed by Carl Petersen, and consists of 23 faculty and 14 affiliated faculty members.
Brain Mind Institute Faculty: Olaf Blanke, Jocelyne Bloch, Gregoire Courtine, Wulfram Gerstner, Johannes Gräff, Michael Herzog, Kathryn Hess Bellwald, Friedhelm Hummel, Ana Marija Jaksic, Graham Knott, Gioele La Manno, Hilal Lashuel, Henry Markram, Alexander Mathis, Mackenzie Mathis, Brian McCabe, Carl Petersen, Gregor Rainer, Pavan Ramdya, Carmen Sandi, Ralf Schneggenburger, Bernard Schneider, Felix Schürmann
BMI Affiliated Faculty: Johan Auwerx, Aude Billard, Pascal Fua, Diego Ghezzi, Rolf Gruetter, Auke Ijspeert, Stéphanie Lacour, Pierre Magistretti, Silvestro Micera, Sahand Rahi, Philippe Renaud, Mahsa Shoaran, Jean-Philippe Thiran, Dimitri Van De Ville
The EPFL Blue Brain Project uses high performance computing to simulate the biophysical mechanisms of brain function.
The EPFL Centre for Neuroprosthetics develops novel technologies for investigating brain (dys)function, and translating these advances into therapies.
We are grateful to advice from the Scientific Advisory Board of the EPFL Brain Mind Institute: Prof. Barry Everitt, Prof. Sten Grillner, Prof. Michael Häusser, Prof. Christof Koch, Prof. Andreas Meyer-Lindenberg and Prof. Carla Shatz.
The Brain Mind Institute has established collaboration agreements with partner institutions including some of the leading neuro research centers in Europe, USA and Asia, to promote international collaborations and expand the training opportunities for EPFL students and scientists.