University of Wisconsin-Madison


A calyx of Held, the largest synapse in the nervous system,
in the MNTB labeled by intra-axonal injection of HRPBinaural Physiology Laboratory
Department of Neuroscience
290 Medical Sciences Bldg.
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Madison , WI
53706

 

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        The laboratory is located in the Department of Neuroscience at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.   We are interested in the neuronal mechanisms underlying binaural hearing, with particular emphasis on sound localization.  Presently, the laboratory has two major directions of research: one which is aimed at understanding the neural circuitry for encoding the acoustic cues used in localization and the other which uses behavioral methods to study localization in awake, behaving animals. 

We are part of the Wisconsin Center for Hearing Science.






This research is supported by NIH grants DC-007177,  DC-002840 and DC-000116


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