The four DIBS research themes represent strategic areas of interdisciplinary and collaborative brain science research at Duke.
Tobias Overath, Ph.D.
""(Speech-specific) temporal processing in human auditory cortex""
Friday, October 31, 2014, 12:00PM - 01:00PM
Heather Mann (final year dissertation talk)
"PSY 757: Cognitive Neuroscience Presentation Course: Grad Student Talks"
Monday, November 03, 2014, 12:00PM - 01:30PM
"Dissertation Seminar: The neural basis of the number sense: the role of intraparietal sulcus"
Monday, November 03, 2014, 01:30PM - 02:30PM
David Clapham, M.D., Ph.D.
Tuesday, November 04, 2014, 12:00PM - 01:00PM
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Proposal review process begins Nov 4.
Neuroscience and Philosophy Project Receives Templeton Grant
$1.8M grant will fund research, summer seminars and annual conference.
Stop and Listen: Study Shows How Movement Affects Hearing
The brain's motor areas can directly turn down hearing.
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