JJC is a member of the research faculty of the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. His research focuses on trying to connect structure to function using patch clamp and optogenetics.
JJC has published work in Science, Nature Neuroscience, PNAS, and Neuron.
JJC began substitute teaching in Chicago Public Schools in 1998 at the age of 21, and in the 20 years since has taught at the university level in countries all over the world, including the Netherlands, Norway, Switzerland, and the USA.
JJC has dedicated decades of his life to the application of the scientific method to problems in biology and neuroscience.
Applying this same level of analysis to current biology to distill from it understandable summary information is what Gigaohm is all about.