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The Computational Connectomics (CoCo) Laboratory is a part of the Department of Radiology at Weill Cornell Medicine in New York, NY and the Computational Biology Department at Cornell University. Our lab, located on Cornell's main campus in Ithaca, NY, focuses on using quantitative methods applied to MRI-based measures of brain anatomy and physiology to understand the mysteries of the human brain. One major interest of our lab is in uncovering connectivity network-based mechanisms of impairment and recovery after neurological injury or disease, including traumatic brain injury, multiple sclerosis and stroke. If we can understand brain-behavior relationships, we may be able to develop accurate diagnostics, prognostics and individualized therapeutics that can boost recovery after neurological disease or injury.

Interested in joining the lab?

Come work with us! We have positions available for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows. Please email a CV and cover letter describing your research interests to

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News & Updates


Parker's latest paper is out today!


Zijin's latest paper is out now!


Ceren's latest paper with the lab is out now!


Parker's first paper is out now in Nature Communications - congrats! News story here



Emily's second paper in our lab was published today in Communications Biology!


Amy was named a Distinguished Investigator by the Academy for Radiology & Biomedical imaging Research


Emily's first paper in our lab was published today in NeuroImage!


Ceren's paper was published today in NeuroImage:Clinical!


Ceren's paper in Brain and Behavior was published today!


Zijin's first paper was published today in Nature Communications and had some fantastic press here and here. Nice work!


Parker and Amy's new preprint was featured in The Guardian. Congrats Parker and Amy! Please see Media for details.


Amy was just awarded an R01 from the NIMH through the BRAIN initiative. Yay!


Both Zijin and Emily received OHBM Merit Awards for their abstracts. Theirs were in the top 10 out of over 1200 submissions!


Lisa successfully passed her PhD candidacy exam. Congrats, PhD candidate Lisa!


Elvisha successfully defended her thesis today! Congratulations on a well-deserved title of Doctor. We are so proud of you!


Elvisha's paper on predicting cognition from FC and SC got accepted at Human Brain Mapping!


Ceren and Amy were awarded a pilot grant to investigate the effect of menopause on women with multiple sclerosis.


Elvisha was awarded the prestigious Kavli Postdoctoral Fellowship to support her position at Yale. Congrats!


Ceren Tozlu was awarded the prestigious Postdoctoral Fellowship Grant from the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Congratulations Ceren!


Amy, Keith and co-investigator Sudhin Shah's work is featured in this month's NYP's Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation


Amy's paper in Current Opinion in Neurology was published today.


Amy Kuceyeski and Mert Sabuncu were awarded a Multi-Investigator Seed Grant from the Office of Academic Integration for their project Creating and Validating a Novel, Non-Invasive Method for Targeted Brain Activation
Congrats Amy and Mert!


We are pleased to announce that Sneha Pandya has officially joined the CoCo Lab as a research associate! 
Welcome Sneha! 


We are pleased to announce that Parker Singleton has officially joined the CoCo Lab as a doctoral student. Welcome Parker!


Amy and Keith's Human Brain Mapping paper on TBI recovery was chosen to be included in the Editor's Choice Collection for 2020 and was nominated for the Best Paper Award at OHBM 2020. Congrats Amy and Keith! 

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