Research line 1
Auditory Perception and Cognition
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Our research group studies how people hear. We investigate mechanisms in the human brain that underlie auditory perception and cognition. We aim to utilize this knowledge in practical and clinical applications.
We use a multi-disciplinary experimental approach integrating:
- Non-invasive measurements of brain activity at high spatial (fMRI at 3T, 7T and 9.4T) and high temporal (EEG) resolution
- Non-invasive electric brain stimulation
- Multisensory stimulation (in standard lab or virtual reality settings)
- Computational modeling of auditory processing
- Advanced data analysis techniques (e.g., statistical pattern recognition and machine learning methods)
We are part of the Erasmus Mundus Student Exchange Network in Auditory Cognitive Neuroscience and contribute to the Maastricht Centre for Systems Biology (MaCSBio).
- Agustin Lage Castellanos (Postdoc)
- Elia Formisano (Full professor)
- Federico De Martino (Associate professor)
- Fren Smulders (Assistant professor)
- Giancarlo Valente (Assistant professor)
- Isma Zulfiqar (Postdoc)
Jorie van Haren (PhD Student)
- Lars Hausfeld (Assistant professor)
- Lars Riecke (Assistant professor)
- Lonike Faes (Phd student)
Mahdi Enan (PhD Student)
- Michele Esposito (Phd student)
- Michelle Moerel (Assistant professor)
- Min Wu (Phd student)
- Miriam Heynckes (Phd student)
- Xueying Fu (Phd student)