Dan (far right) with three generations of EPFL Exchange Fellows from the Bertarelli Program in Translational Neuroscience and Neuroengineering. From left to right, Sandra Romero (2016-7), Blaise Robert (2015-6) and Charles Vila (2014-5). Norbert Majubu (2015-6) not shown.
Sandra joins the lab for a nine month research project as a Bertarelli Fellow. She is currently pursuing a Master's degree in Bioengineering at EPFL (Switzerland). During her time in the lab, Sandra will study cortical sound processing following peripheral and central rescue.
The Lauer Tinnitus Research Center coordinates and enables the research efforts for a talented cadre of clinicians and scientists as they search for new biomarkers and treatment strategies for this common, debilitating disorder. We are proud to be a part of this exciting effort!
Kameron Clayton is a 2nd year PhD student in the SHBT Program. Kameron comes to the lab with the hope of elucidating the neural circuits which modulate auditory processing according to temporal expecations. Prior to SHBT, he recieved bachelor degrees in tuba performance and neuroscience at Boston University. At BU, he performed psychoacoustics research studying cocktail-party listening in auditory experts and the fundamental acoustic cues that allow us to separate speakers of interest from noisy backgrounds.