Department of Physics
Troy Lau joined the lab in the spring of 2007 as a graduate student in physics. His work primarily focuses on modeling decision making in the basal ganglia. Specifically he computationally studies the activity of interneurons in the striatum as they correlate to experiment. He also collaborates with Professor Joshua Berke in the Department of Psychology directing his computational methods viain vivo experimentation.
In his free time Troy loves to play soccer, football, frisbee, and fish. He is an avid fan of the Dallas Cowboys and Michigan Wolverines. he also loves to cook and eat all kinds of food.
Troy's work is supported by the NIH Molecular Biophysics Training Grant.
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