Our research focuses on the neural and computational mechanisms underlying perception and attention, with a particular emphasis on neurodiversity. We use state-of-the-art neuroimaging techniques such as fMRI, computational models, and behavioral assessments to shed light on the complex mechanisms that drive our interactions with the environment. In an effort to promote understanding and acceptance of neurodiversity, we integrate a focus on autism and related neurodivergent conditions into our research. We believe that understanding the neural mechanisms of perception and attention in these populations can provide valuable insights into the full spectrum of human experiences.
- August 3, 2023 Scott Murray received five-year $4M grant from NIH National Institute of Mental Health
- April 7, 2021 The Institute of Translational Health Sciences just revealed Pilot Awardees. Congratulations to Scott Murray, who received a Collaboration Innovation Award!
- August 30, 2019 Congratulations to Scott Murray, who was awarded a 5 year research grant by the National Institute of Mental Health.
- September 4, 2018 Scott Murray’s study, on visual motion processing and the differences between the genders, is the topic of this UW News story