Sam Reiter

Sam Reiter is currently an assistant professor and leader of the computational neuroethology unit at OIST. His background is in experimental neuroscience, where he has studied diverse topics in a range of model organisms (rat, fly, moth, locust, lizard, turtle, cuttlefish). He studied neuroscience at Brown University, went on to graduate school in neuroscience at Brown and the US. National Institutes of Health, and most recently worked as a postdoc at the Max Planck Institute for Brain Research.

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Sam Reiter
Assistant Professor
PhD, Neuroscience, NIH-Brown University Graduate Partnership Program, 2014
BS, Neuroscience, Brown University, 2009