Department of Mathematical Sciences
Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis
Stark Neurosciences Research Institute
Indiana University School of Medicine
402 N. Blackford St., Indianapolis, IN 46202
lrubchin . at . iupui.edu
317-274-9745 (office); 317-274-3460 (fax)
I am applied mathematician and neuroscientist. I study the dynamics of neural activity in the human brain.
I spend my time trying o understand neurophysiology of Parkinson's disease and other neuro-disorders (as well as that of the healthy brain!).
You can look at some attempts to describe my research here (here), here (here), and here (here).
Our research has being profiled in New Scientist
Read about our research in Physics News Highlights by American Institute of Physics
Interested in joining my group?
I accept doctoral students through two programs, IUPUI graduate program in mathematics and Indiana University School of Medicine graduate program in medical neuroscience. Financial support may be available.
If you have independent funding (or are applying to get it) and is interesting in our research, just send me an e-mail.
Students: do not hesitate to e-mail me if you are interested in my research.
If you are enrolled in my class, please click "Teaching" button on the left.
Phase-locking in the presence of biological noise
Basal Ganglia dynamics vs. Basal Ganglia function and dysfunction
Theoretical approaches to basal ganglia function