Members of our group are based at three centres:
- Newcastle University Medical School
- Wellcome Centre for Human NeuroImaging at University College London
- Human Brain Research Laboratory at the University of Iowa
Members (in alphabetical order)
Ester did her PhD working on affective neuroscience at Newcastle University. Her work focused on the role of expectations and predictions on aversive sound processing using EEG, ECoG, behavioural and physiological measures. She is now a postdoctoral associate researching predictors of speech-in-noise perception.
Phil is a research scientist at the University of Iowa where he works in the Department of Neurosurgery to examine human cortical recordings in response to complex sounds, and in the Department of Otolaryngology to examine mechanisms of speech-in-noise processing in cochlear implantees.
Tim is a Wellcome Senior Clinical Fellow, Professor of Cognitive Neurology at Newcastle University, Honorary Principal at the Wellcome Centre for Human Neuroimaging, UCL (WCHN) and Adjunct Professor at the University of Iowa. He is a neurologist who studies normal and abnormal auditory cognition. He runs the Newcastle Cognitive Neurology Clinic.
Sukhbinder worked with the group as a Newcastle University Research Fellow. He works on auditory cognitive and auditory emotional analysis using techniques including behaviour, fMRI, surface EEG and invasive intracranial recordings. He now has a Faculty position working with the neurosurgery group at Iowa University. [PubMed]
Will is a neurologist who works on normal and abnormal auditory cognition. He has a specific interest on tinnitus models. He now has a Wellcome Intermediate Clinical Fellowship and runs his own laboratory. [PubMed]
Emma worked with the group as a postdoctoral fellow investigating how auditory cognition influences speech intelligibility in people with normal and impaired hearing. She now has a Faculty Position at UCL. [PubMed]
Pradeep was a postdoctoral fellow at Newcastle University. He worked on understanding auditory objects and scene analysis using fMRI, MEG, and EEG. He currently works on identifying neural signatures of auditory-predictive processing in Schizophrenia. [PubMed]
Manon was a postdoctoral fellow at Newcastle University and co-PI on an MRC-funded project to assess auditory cognition in children that determines language, as well as work on neurology patients. She then moved to Aarhus University. [PubMed]
Faye was a postdoctoral fellow at Newcastle University who worked on an MRC-funded project to assess auditory cognition in children. She then became Lecturer in Speech and Language Sciences at Newcastle University. [PubMed]
Sundeep did his PhD on auditory scene analysis at UCL before postdoctoral work there. He worked on behavioural and functional imaging work on the analysis of auditory patterns and time perception. He then did a Henry Wellcome Postdoctoral Fellowship in Oxford before moving to Amazon Research. [PubMed]
Colline was a postdoctoral fellow at Newcastle University and studied sound movement and spatial analysis. She then moved to carry out an animal welfare project at Newcastle Unviersity. [PubMed]
Olivier was a postdoctoral fellow at Newcastle University and did behavioral and functional imaging work on pitch and complex sound perception. He moved to Oxford University and then a clinical imaging start up. [PubMed]
KATHARINA von KRIEGSTEIN
Katharina was a postdoctoral fellow and worked on acoustic scene analysis. She is now Faculty at Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig. [PubMed]
Jason did his PhD at Newcastle on functional imaging studies to define normal complex-sound processing mechanisms. He then worked on neurological studies of complex sound processing in brain disorder. He is now UCL Faculty at the Dementia Research Centre, Institute of Neurology, UCL. [PubMed]
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