Arpan’s primary interests are theoretical and computational neuroscience, and functional brain imaging. Understanding where (spatial) and when (temporal) task-related differences in information processing occur in the brain is fundamentally important for formulating basic scientific theories and investigating the mechanisms of brain dysfunctions. The key research question that he wants to address is how large networks of neurons coordinate amongst each other to form organized assemblies at only specific instants of time to orchestrate ongoing behavior. Arpan was a member of the lab from 2008-2010. Arpan is currently an Associate Professor at the National Brain Research Center in India.