Konrad Kording, PhD is a professor of Neuroscience at the Perelman School of Medicine. Dr. Kording's research has one single focus: data that matters. Early research in the lab focused on computational neuroscience and movement. But as the approaches matured, the focus has been on discovering ways in which new data sources and emerging data analysis can enable awesome possibilities. The current focus is on causality in data science applications. How do we know how things work if we can not randomize? Our style of working is transdisciplinary, and we collaborate on virtually every project.