Kushal Bakshi
College Station, United States

PhD Candidate at Texas A&M University using machine learning approaches in MATLAB and Python to study auditory encoding in the brain

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Texas A&M University
Oct 2016 - Mar 2022 (5 years 5 months)
College Station, United States
Graduate Student Researcher
Working with a collaborative team of scientists across disciplines of neuropharmacology, sensory neurobiology, and computational neuroscience to understand processing of biologically relevant sounds in the primary auditory cortex of Mexican free-tailed bats

Utilizing data-driven approaches involving digital signal processing, bioacoustics, and neural time-series analysis to analyze interactions among different neuronal subpopulations that contribute to auditory feature extraction and object discrimination

Proficient in python libraries for data pre-processing, analysis and visualization (Numpy, Pandas, Scipy, Matplotlib), as well as machine learning libraries (scikit-learn)

Proficient in MATLAB for data input and output using external devices, scientific data analysis, visualization, and deep learning applications
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Texas A&M University
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Neuroscience
Jan 2016 - Jan 2021
Loyola University Chicago
Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Psychology and Honors; Minor in Neuroscience
Jan 2011 - Jan 2015

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