Uri Hasson
Principal Investigator

Princeton University. He received his Ph.D. in Neurobiology from the Weizmann Institute in Israel. He was a postdoctoral fellow at NYU before moving to Princeton. His research program aimed to understand how the brain processes real-life information and interacts with the environment, focusing on human face-to-face communication and natural language processing. In recent years the research has been expanding to explore deep learning as a computational framework for modeling the neural basis of cognition in real-life contexts and children's language development.

Liat Hasenfratz
Research Scholar


Graduate Students

Research Specialists

Bobbi Aubrey
Research Specialist
Kira Gousios
Research Specialist
Chandra Greenberg
Research Specialist
Mia Hong
Research Specialist
Ken Wang
Research Assistant

Undergraduate Students

Andrew Goldberg
Undergraduate Student
Victoria Graf
Undergraduate Student

Lab Alumni

Aja Altenhof
Former Research Specialist
Ariel Goldstein
Former Postdoc
Eric Ham
Former Research Specialist