TNG Team Member

Marmaduke Woodman

Marmaduke Woodman,



I grew up in the Appalachian mountains and studied computational neurobiology & cognitive sciences in New Orleans, before arriving in Marseille and TNG to do my thesis.

My thesis consisted in extending previous work of the group on 1) modeling neurocognitive architectures with nonlinear dynamical, pattern forming systems and 2) understanding (via simulation) human resting state brain dynamics using stochastic delay-coupled networks, contributing to the Virtual Brain project.

After my thesis, I worked on a variety of efforts in DynaMap group and the MEG to datamine and visualize epileptic data, with the goal of providing tools to clinicians allowing them to work more quickly.

I currently occupy a post-doctoral position developing the applications of TheVirtualBrain to patient data.