2010

PATRICK KANOLD'S RESEARCH PUBLISHED IN NATURE NEUROSCIENCE

"Seeing the Brain Hear Reveals Surprises About How Sound is Processed". New research shows our brains are a lot more chaotic than previously thought, and that this might be a good thing. Neurobiologists at the University of Maryland have discovered information about how the brain processes sound that challenges previous understandings of the auditory cortex that suggested an organization based on precise neuronal maps.

More Info: http://chemlife.umd.edu/news/posts/1766

C-CEBH SPONSORED STUDENT COMING TO THE BATLAB

Yossi Yovel, a post-doctoral student with Nachum Ulanovsky at the Weizmann Institute in Israel will be joining the Auditory Neuroethology Laboratory in the Spring to continue his exciting bat research. A report on his study of "Beam-directed behavior of Egyptian Fruit Bat" which took place also in Dr Moss' facilities is being published in Science.

Contact Info:
Prof. Cynthia F. Moss
cmoss@psyc.umd.edu