Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania
My research examines how the brain combines sensory, motor, and cognitive cues to form internal models of the external world. Specifically, my research interests focus on understanding the representation of auditory information in the cortex, how auditory information is integrated with cognitive processes such as attention, motor planning, or memory, and how auditory and visual information is combined to form unified sensory percepts.
Professor Yale Cohen will be considering new graduate students for admission for Fall 2017.
Neural Correlates of Auditory Cognition
Neural Correlates of Communication and Spatial Processing
Escabi MA, Read HL, Viventi J, Kim D-H, Higgins NC, Storace DA, Liu ASK, Gifford AM, Burke JF, Campisi M, Kim Y-S, Avrin AE, van der Spiegel J, Huang Y, Li M, Wu J, Rogers JA, Litt B, & Cohen Y.E. A high-density, high-channel count, multiplexed µECoG array for auditory-cortex recordings. J. Neurophysiol 112:1566-1583 (2014)