Jones Lab
Bridging Experimental and Computational Neuroscience to Study Human Brain Dynamics

About Us

Our lab combines experimental and theoretical techniques to study human brain dynamics. Our mission is to develop biophysically principled models of neural circuits that bridge electrophysiological measures of brain function to the underlying cellular and network level dynamics. We aim to translate an understanding of the network mechanism underlying measured brain signals into strategies to improve disrupt function.

We collect magneto- and electro-encephalography (MEG/EEG) non-invasively in human to study fine time scale signatures of information processing, and we have turned our modeling of E/MEG into a user-friendly software tool, Human Neocortical Neurosolver. We also collaborate closely with animal electrophysiologists and clinicians to develop data-constrained models that are translationally relevant. We apply this integrated approach to study healthy brain functions such as attention and perception. A current focus of our research is to understand the mechanisms and functions of commonly measured human brain rhythms and to develop rationally-designed electrical brain stimulation paradigms (TMS, tDCS, tACS) to improve brain functions.

We're hiring! Join our team

A postdoctoral / software engineer position is open to help us advance our Human Neocortical Neurosolver software. Please check out the hiring ad at for further information and share with colleagues who may be interested in joining our dynamic team.

Lab News

We are thrilled and honored that Dr. Jones recently received the Biomag 2020 Mid Career Award for her work on biologically-principled mathematical and computational models of MEG/EEG. You can learn more about this work in Dr. Jones’ keynote presentation.

Click here to see the full list of recorded presentation by Dr. Jones.