Tyler Bonnen

Tyler  Bonnen

After transferring from Miami-Dade Community College, Tyler studied chemistry and comparative literature at Columbia University. He went on to research fellowships in the Max-Planck Institute in Leipzig, and then in the Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences at MIT. In the Stanford Memory Lab, he uses biologically plausible computational models, neural data, and animal behavior, in order to formalize the relationship between perception and memory. Tyler is an NSF Graduate Student Research Fellow co-advised by Anthony Wagner and Daniel Yamins.