Danilo Perez

graduate student

Bronx, US

neuroscience networks visualization rhythm


My name is Danilo Trinidad Pérez-Rivera. I’m a Puerto Rican student-scientist unraveling networks: mostly neurons, sometimes people.

I am particularly interested in the construction of theoretical frameworks through which the intricacies of neural circuits, cognitive development, and decision-making can be causally linked to pathological outcomes in mental health. My research interests have converged and diverged from the ends of chemistry to the depths of mathematics and the complexity of biology. At the end of the day, no one cares if you’re a chemist, a mathematician, a biologist, or whatever you may claim to be. We work together to solve problems. That’s what we really care about.