I'm a postdoc at Janelia Research Campus, working in the lab of Albert Cardona and doing a lot of collaboration with Marta Zlatic. My interest these days is in understanding decision making circuits of the nervous system, as well as understanding what the networks of the brain look like at synaptic resolution. I tend to work in the Drosophila larva since it's an excellent system to simultaneously map structure, function, and behavior. I got here by way of research into physics and network theory, through which I discovered just how much was totally unknown about how brains work.
On the side, I'm extremely interested in data visualization, art, very good and very bad movies, and natural wine (whatever that means).
email: schneidermizellc at janelia dot hhmi dot org