If you want to understand how the brain works, you could do worse than Karl Friston, who has developed powerful statistical analyses for inferring brain function from neuroimaging data, or Giulio Tononi, whose models and experiments take aim at the most daunting of mental functions ― consciousness. Both are trained psychiatrists, but both are also highly qualified mathematicians, exemplifying the great potential of linking neurobiological concepts to mathematical theory.
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