Dillon Scott is a research specialist studying sleep and epilepsy. He obtained a bachelor’s degree in cognitive and computational neuroscience from the Ohio State University. His work includes analysis of sleep patterns and interictal spikes in intracranial EEG patients. He also works with computational models of the visual cortex to investigate neuronal mechanisms behind the generation of epileptiform activity.
Research Interests: computational modeling, EEG, sleep, epilepsy