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13:00 - 13:30 28 October 2016

Computer Software for Modelling the Auditory Periphery and Brainstem

Location

Main Seminar Room (G33) | UCL Ear Institute (link Map)
332 Grays Inn Road | London | WC1X 8EE | United Kingdom

Open to: Academic | Student

Speaker: Emeritus Professor Ray Meddis, Essex University

Host: UCL Ear Institute

Does your research involve studying how the brain responds to sounds? Have you ever wondered how the auditory stimuli you use in your experiments might be represented across the auditory brainstem? This Friday 28th October, you have will have an opportunity to visualize simulated neural activity throughout the auditory periphery and brainstem, using a biologically realistic and biophysically detailed computer model developed by Professor Ray Meddis.


Contact

Dr Jennifer Linden
j.linden@ucl.ac.uk


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