Khayla Black

Khayla Black

Khayla is a sophomore at New York University Shanghai majoring in Molecular Biology. She is currently studying the structure and function of NMDA receptors in the Structure and Function of Synaptic Proteins Lab at the Institute of Neuroscience in Shanghai. In the future, she hopes to earn a PhD in neuroscience and study synaptic physiology and neurotransmission. By being involved in IYNA, she hopes to share her passion for neuroscience with students across the world. Outside of studying neuroscience, Khayla often spends her free time planning events for her university's neuroscience club, running, and consuming immense amounts of caffeine.


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Brain versus Computer: A Comparison of Structure, Methods, and Capabilities

Brain versus Computer: A Comparison of Structure, Methods, and Capabilities


Abstract: Two of the most powerful processing tools in today’s society are the human brain and the computer. Though they have some differences in information processing, memory and recognition, and basic functional units (neurons and transistors), scientists are working to bridge the gap between them. Both are practical and powerful tools ...