James Jeanne

Assistant Professor

Dr. Jeanne received his PhD in computational neuroscience from UC San Diego and the Salk Institute in 2012 studying auditory coding and plasticity in songbirds with Dr. Timothy Gentner and Dr. Tatyana Sharpee. He then pursued postdoctoral research at Harvard Medical School studying neural circuits in fruit flies with Dr. Rachel Wilson. In 2017 he started his own laboratory in the Neuroscience Department at Yale University, where he now focuses on the interface between neural circuits and computation, using the tractable fruit fly olfactory system as an experimental organism.