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Research groups

Tai-Ying Lee

Doctoral Student

  • DPhil Student in Systems & Computational Neuroscience
  • Oxford-Taiwan Graduate Scholar
  • Wadham College Senior Scholar

Tai-Ying studies how activities in the brain give rise to perception and guide behaviour.

Academic background

Tai-Ying works in the lab led by Prof Andrew King, combining in vivo two-photon calcium imaging, behavioural testing, and data science and statistical learning approaches to study auditory processing in multiple brain areas that involves learning and memory.

Prior to Oxford, Tai-Ying received a BBA in Economics with a Life Sciences minor from National Central University in Taiwan. During Tai-Ying's undergraduate study, they carried out a research project in Prof. Wei-Hsin Sun's group as a Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) College Student Research Fellow, and won the MOST Research Creativity Award for their research outputs. Tai-Ying then moved to London, where they obtained an MSc in Neuroscience and worked as a research assistant in Prof. Michael Häusser’s lab at University College London, studying the functional architecture of cortical area borders.