CDS Lecture Series

Eric Tytell
Neural Control of Locomotion Lab
Department of Biology
University of Maryland

Eric Tytell is a postdoctoral researcher in Avis Cohenís laboratory in the Department of Biology. He studies the central pattern generator in lampreys, focusing particularly on how the biomechanics influences the neural pattern for swimming. He received his Ph.D. from Harvard University in 2005, studying the fluid dynamics of fish swimming in George Lauderís laboratory, and his M.Phil. from Cambridge University in 2000, studying the fluid dynamics of insect flight under Charles Ellingtonís supervision.

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