Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania

Computational Approaches to the Neuroscience of Audition and Communication (CANAC)

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    Swingley: Infant demonstrates understanding of spoken language by looking to pictures named by her mother

  • Eliades marmoset vocalizations

    Eliades: Representative time-frequency spectrograms of marmoset vocalizations

  • Bassett topology

    Bassett: Network topology of large-scale functional connectivity in the human brain

  • Kording Decoding

    Kording: Decoding without any supervised data: Using world war 2 cryptography to decipher the brain

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    Hamilton: noninvasive neuromodulation, neuroimaging approaches, and behavioral experiments elucidates relationships that underlie human cognition

  • Cohen vocalizations

    Cohen: rhesus vocalizations that have the same meaning but different acoustics

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    The language that people use on social media can be used to assess their levels of depression and well-being


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We are pleased to announce a new T32 (NIDCD-NIH) training grant in Computational Approaches to the Neuroscience of Audition and Communication (CANAC). This training grant will fund exceptional pre-doctoral students who wish to simultaneously pursue state-of-the-art training in experimental and theoretical methods and approaches to the neuroscience of audition and communication.

If you have questions, please contact the PIs: Dr. Yale Cohen or Dr. Vijay Balasubramanian.