Ilya completed his Bachelor's and Master's work in Case Western Reserve University (Cleveland, OH). He was pursuing his PhD in Biomedical Engineering at Georgia Tech when he joined the Synthetic Neurobiology Group as a visiting student. During that time, he worked on pattern discovery in neural data. His interests include computational neuroscience and neural interfacing technologies.
Wu Q, Kolb I, Callahan BM, Su Z, Stoy W, Kodandaramaiah SB, Neve RL, Zeng H, Boyden ES, Forest CR, Chubykin AA (2016) Integration of autopatching with automated pipette and cell detection in vitro, Journal of Neurophysiology, article in press, doi: 10.1152/jn.00386.2016.
Harrison R.R., Kolb I., Kodandaramaiah S.B., Chubykin A.A., Yang A., Bear M.F., Boyden E.S.*, Forest C.* (2014) Microchip amplifier for in vitro, in vivo, and automated whole-cell patch-clamp recording, Journal of Neurophysiology 113(4):1275-82. (*, equal contribution)
J. Go, A. Fan, C. Lu, S.B. Kodandaramaiah, G.L. Holst, W. Stoy, I. Kolb, E.S. Boyden, C.R. Forest (2013) Fully-automated, in-vivo, single cell electrophysiology, Proceedings of the 28th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Precision Engineering, Saint Paul, MN, Oct 20-25, 2013.
I. Kolb, G. Holst, B. Goldstein, S.B. Kodandaramaiah, E.S. Boyden, E. Culurciello, C.R. Forest (2013) Automated, in-vivo, whole-cell electrophysiology using an integrated patch-clamp amplifier, Proceedings of the 22nd Annual Computational Neuroscience Meeting (CNS 2013), Paris, France, July 13-18, 2013.