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Jeremy Borjon

Jeremy Borjon


Department Psychology and Neuroscience
Faculty Adviser Asif Ghazanfar
Year of Study G5
Undergraduate Institution Princeton
Undergraduate Major Psychology and Neuroscience


Personal Bio
I am a PhD candidate in Princeton's joint degree program in Psychology and Neuroscience with support from the National Science Foundation's Graduate Research Fellowship Program. I received my Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a Certificate in Neuroscience from Princeton University in 2010. Before returning to Princeton for my graduate studies, I was a Simons Fellow in Computational Neuroscience at the Yale Child Study Center at the Yale University and the Marcus Autism Center at Emory University.
Fun Fact In my spare time I write reviews of heavy metal and hard rock
albums for Revolver Magazine.
Research Keywords Cardiorespiratory dynamics; development; vocalization
Research Pitch I am broadly interested in the autonomic nervous system and its contribution to vocal communication throughout an animal's lifespan. I am also interested in the development of vocal communication and how it goes awry in disorders such as autism. My research uses computational methods to understand behavior as it occurs in ecologically valid settings (i.e. those behaviors that are naturally part of an animal's repertoire and require no training to occur).
Meet and Greet 10/12 Yes, I will attend
Meet and Greet 10/13 Yes, I will attend
Meet and Greet 10/17 Attendance TBA
Meal for Mentoring 11/14 Yes, I will attend
Meal for Mentoring 11/15 Yes, I will attend

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