Christopher Honey is a computational cognitive neuroscientist. His research group studies how our brains enable us to perceive and learn about sequences of information, such as the sequence of words in this sentence. Chris completed his undergraduate work in Applied Mathematics and English Literature at the University of Cape Town. He received his PhD in Psychological and Brain Sciences from Indiana University, where his thesis research was in the laboratory of Olaf Sporns. After a postdoctoral fellowship in with Uri Hasson at Princeton University, Chris started a laboratory at the University of Toronto. His laboratory moved to Johns Hopkins University in 2016, when he began as an Assistant Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences.