Auditory Neurophysiology Lab

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Current research line & projects

We use a combination of neurophysiological and neuroanatomical techniques (e.g., extracellular single unit recordings, microiontophoresis, cooling, and rack-tracing and 3D reconstruction methods) to investigate which, and how, different subcortical auditory brain areas work together to detect novel sounds and ignore repetitive ones.

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Ultimately, we wish to understand and disentangle the neurons, brain microcircuits, and synaptic organization of the auditory brain involved on the coding of stimulus-specific adaptation, change detection and regularity coding.