Ph.D. Candidate (2023)
Brandon is a 5th year PhD candidate in the Grill lab. He started in the lab as an undergraduate student 7 years ago. He has worked on many different modalities of neuromodulation throughout his time in the lab. Brandon's dissertation work focuses on developing computational tools to better treat epilepsy using stereo EEG technology. In his free time Brandon spends his time woodworking.
Appointments and Affiliations
Computational Modeling for Epilepsy