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Andrew Howe

  • Cognitive Science
  • Programmer/Analyst II
  • UCLA, Consortium for Neuropsychiatric Phenomics
  • 3PublicationsNumber of items in Andrew's My Publications folder on Mendeley.
  • 4Followers

Recent publications

  • Progressively introducing quantified biological complexity into a hippocampal CA3 model that learns trace conditioning

    • Levy W
    • Chang K
    • Howe A
  • A hippocampal model predicts a fluctuating phase transition when learning certain trace conditioning paradigms

    • Howe A
    • Levy W

Professional experience

Programmer/Analyst II

UCLA, Consortium for Neuropsychiatric Phenomics

October 2009 - Present

Co-Founder, Vice President of Research

Informed Simplifications, LLC

January 2006 - June 2009(3 years)

Systems Administrator

Levy Laboratory, University of Virginia

June 2006 - May 2009(3 years)

Programmer I

Levy Laboratory, University of Virginia

October 2005 - June 2006(8 months)

Research Assistant

Levy Laboratory, University of Virginia

September 2004 - May 2005(8 months)

Programmer I, Network & Computer Technition

M.T.B.W. Services Inc.

May 2004 - August 2004(3 months)

Research Assistant

Kubovy Psycological Perception Laboratory

January 2004 - May 2004(4 months)

Computer & Network Technition

M.T.B.W. Services Inc.

June 2003 - August 2003(2 months)

Cancer Research Fellow

The National Cancer Institute

June 2000 - August 2000(2 months)



University of Virginia

September 2001 - May 2005(4 years)

Research interests

neural basis of cognitionartificial intelligencebiological models


I bought my first book about neuroscience at an elementary school book fair. It wasn't a large book, but it contained a fairly good quality overview of neuroscience for a kid. I also went through a video game phase, which sparked my interests in artificial intelligence (dumb enemies are boring), programming and systems administration (LAN parties required work!). I possess a general curiosity about the world, so my coursework and hobbies include subjects as diverse as foreign language, drawing, painting, sculpting, music, cooking, photography, brewing, world travel, literature and history. From these diverse experiences, I settled on a course of Cognitive Science as a major, and subsequently became involved with a research laboratory. I have continued my involvement with research science into my current position, and my interest in computer science, neuroscience and cognition is reflected in my daily work.

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