Ajay Satpute Assistant Professor of Psychology email@example.com 617.373.4789 Expertise Ajay Satpute in the Press Medium What Does Fear Look Like in the Brain? How AI Uncovers the Many Faces of Fear For Ajay Satpute, a social and affective neuroscientist at Northeastern University and a core faculty member at the Institute for Experiential AI (EAI), the best place to start is with a specific emotion: fear. Freakonomics Can Fear Be Good Medicine? Ajay Satpute, professor of psychology at Northeastern University. Ajay Satpute for Northeastern Global News The ‘murder hornet’ is out to get bees, not humans. So why are people still freaking out over it? The ‘murder hornet’ is out to get bees, not humans. So why are people still freaking out over it? The arrival of the Asian giant hornet in the U.S. has sparked an outcry on social media, but entomologists say that people should not worry about the oversized wasps. Still, some people may be concerned, as the underlying nature of fear isn’t the same for everyone, says neuroscientist Ajay Satpute. Exploring emotion in the brain Exploring emotion in the brain What role does the brain play in shaping subjective experience? Assistant professor Ajay Satpute explores this puzzle.