Dr. Huang is an Assistant Professor of Neuroscience and Mathematics at the University of Pittsburgh. She is a training faculty member of the Center for Neuroscience at the University of Pittsburgh Graduate Program, the Mathematics Graduate Program, and the Program of Neural Computation at the Center for the Basis of Neural Cognition.
My research involves computational modeling and mathematical analysis of neural networks. We develop theoretical approaches to understanding circuit dynamics and information processing in sensory systems. Currently, I am interested in how different task and stimulus contexts change neuronal responses and the implications on neural coding, with an emphasis on neural variability.