Lomber, S.G. (2015) Plasticity of the developing auditory cortex following hearing loss and restoration.  Society for Research in Child Development

Wong, C., Pearson, K.G., and Lomber, S.G. (2015) Dissociation of parietal cortex contributions to obstacle memory in walking cats. 9th Annual meeting of the Canadian Association for Neuroscience #1-D-126, pg. 39.

Butler, B.E., and Lomber, S.G. (2015) Differential patterns of projections to the posterior auditory field in early- and late-deaf cats. 9th Annual meeting of the Canadian Association for Neuroscience #2-D-103, pg. 46.

Lomber, S.G., Meredith, M.A., and Kral, A. (2015) Crossmodal plasticity in deaf auditory cortex mediates enhanced face perception in the congenitally deaf. Journal of International Advanced Otology, Vol. 11, Supp 1, pg. 3-4.

Peel, T.R., Hafed, Z.M., Lomber, S.G., and Corneil, B.D. (2015) The frontal eye fields are necessary for bottom-up, cue-induced influences on microsaccades. German Primate Meeting.

Chan, J.L., Johnston, K., Lomber, S.G., and Everling, S. (2015) Effects of anterior cingulate cortex deactivation on dorsolateral prefrontal cortex local field activity and the control of task switching.  Society for the Neural Control of Movement.

Lomber, S.G., Meredith, M.A., Wong, C. and Kral, A. (2016) Vocalization processing regions of auditory cortex mediate enhanced face discrimination abilities of the congenitally deaf. 45th Annual Meeting of the Jean Piaget Society.

Butler, B.E., Chabot, N., and Lomber, S.G. (2015) Differential patterns of thalamocortical and corticocortical projections to auditory fields of early- and late-deaf cats. Conference on Implantable Auditory Prostheses.

Butler, B.E., Chabot, N., and Lomber, S.G. (2015) A comparison of projections to primary (A1) and non-primary (PAF) fields of the cat auditory cortex following hearing loss. Program No. 137.10. 2015 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. Chicago, IL. Society for Neuroscience. Online.

Belbeck, B., Everling, Lomber, S.G., and Johnston, K.D. (2015) Role of macaque dorsolateral prefrontal cortex in flexible and mnemonic attentional allocation during visual search.  Program No. 334.09. 2015 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. Chicago, IL. Society for Neuroscience. Online.

Wong, C., Pearson, K.G., and Lomber, S.G. (2015) Dissociation of parietal cortex contributions to obstacle memory in walking cats. Program No. 341.11. 2015 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. Chicago, IL. Society for Neuroscience. Online.

Ponce, C.R., Lomber, S.G., and Livingstone, M.S. (2015) How inferotemporal cortex neurons depend on extrastriate input networks Program No. 373.04. 2015 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. Chicago, IL. Society for Neuroscience. Online.

Zirnsak, M., Chen, X., Lomber, S.G., and Moore, T. (2015) Effects of reversible inactivation of parietal cortex on the processing of visual salience in the frontal eye field. Program No. 747.06. 2015 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. Chicago, IL. Society for Neuroscience. Online.

Clemo, H.R., Lomber, S.G., and Meredith, M.A. (2015) Comparison of dendritic spine density/size of primary auditory cortical neurons from early-deaf and hearing cats. Program No. 788.11. 2015 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. Chicago, IL. Society for Neuroscience. Online.

Butler, B.E., and Lomber, S.G. (2016) Changes in neuroanatomical connections to the second auditory cortex (A2) in early- and late-deaf cats. Association for Research in Otolaryngology Abstracts, Program No. PD175.

Peel, T.R., Dash, S., Lomber, S.G., and Corneil, B.D. (2016) Mechanism of saccade generation and initiation with the superior colliculus: insights following frontal eye fields inactivation. Society for the Neural Control of Movement Annual Meeting.

Lomber, S.G., Meredith, M.A., and Kral, A. (2016) Auditory cortex plasticity following hearing loss in infancy underlies enhanced visual abilities of the deaf.  2016 International Conference on Infant Studies.

Wong, C., Pearson, K.G., and Lomber, S.G. (2016) Cooling-induced cortical deactivations reveal the contributions of parietal area 5 to memory-guided stumbling correction in the walking cat. Society for the Neural Control of Movement Annual Meeting.

Takei, T., Lomber, S.G., Cook, D.J., and Scott, S.H. (2016) Deactivation of PMd and A5 in non-human primates impairs corrective responses to mechanical disturbances of the limb.  10th Annual meeting of the Canadian Association for Neuroscience.-#3-D-104, pg. 63.

Kok, M.A., Carrasco, A., Meredith, M.A. and Lomber, S.G. (2016) Multisensory electrophysiology reveals overt and subthreshold non-auditory influences on dorsal auditory cortex. 10th Annual meeting of the Canadian Association for Neuroscience. #2-D-99, pg. 53.

Butler, B.E., and Lomber, S.G. (2016) Assessing the effects of deafness on the neuroanatomical projections to the second auditory cortex (A2) of the cat.  10th Annual meeting of the Canadian Association for Neuroscience. #1-D-105, pg. 45.

Lomber, S.G. (2016) How brain development depends on acoustic experience.  World Congress of Audiology.

Takei, T., Lomber, S.G., Cook, D.J., and Scott, S.H. (2016) Deactivation of PMd and A5 in non-human primates impairs feedback responses to mechanical disturbances of the limb.  Program No. 247.15. 2016 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. San Diego, CA. Society for Neuroscience. Online.

Zirnsaki, M., Chen, X., Plitt, M.H., Lomber, S.G., and Moore, T. (2016) Effects of parietal inactivation on saliency-driven eye movements. Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting. Program No. 531.14. 2016 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. San Diego, CA. Society for Neuroscience. Online.

Trott, A., Lomber, S.G., and Born, R.T. (2016) Contextual modulation and the cortical hierarchy:  inactivating feedback from V2/V3 reveals multiple mechanisms of surround modulation in V1.  Program No. 713.21. 2016 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. San Diego, CA. Society for Neuroscience. Online.

Hartmann, T.S., Lomber, S.G., and Born, R.T. (2016) Motion prediction in V1 is facilitated by cortico-cortical feedback. Program No. 241.01. 2016 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. San Diego, CA. Society for Neuroscience. Online.

Meredith, M.A., and Lomber, S.G. (2017) New insights into mechanisms subserving cortical crossmodal plasticity.  Association for Research in Otolaryngology Abstracts, Program No. SYMP2.

Stolzberg, D., Butler, B.E., and Lomber, S.G. (2017) Whole-brain functional connectivity in hearing and early-deaf cats using high-field functional MRI.  Association for Research in Otolaryngology Abstracts, Program No. PS637.

Butler, B.E., Sunstrum, J.K., and Lomber, S.G. (2017) Quantifying the impact of early-onset hearing loss on stimulus-directed behavior:  an analysis of corticotectal projections in the deaf cat. Association for Research in Otolaryngology Abstracts, Program No. PD126.

Lomber, S.G., Hall, A.J., Carrasco, A, and Cornwell, P. (2017) A hierarchically organized sound discrimination pathway in auditory cortex.  2017 Canadian Spring Conference on Behaviour and Brain.  Fernie, British Columbia.

Chen, X., Zirnsak, M., Lomber, S.G., and Moore, T. (2017) Perturbation of visual salience representation in FEF following inactivation of parietal cortex. 17th Annual Computational and Systems Neuroscience Meeting (COSYNE). Salt Lake City, UT.

Wong, C., and Lomber, S.G. (2017) Neural correlates of hindlimb obstacle memory revealed via chronic microelectrode array recordings in area 5 of walking cats.  Society for the Neural Control of Movement Annual Meeting.

Meredith, M.A. and Lomber, S.G. (2017) An anatomical basis for cortical crossmodal plasticity. Experimental Biology 2017, Program #389.2, Chicago, IL.

Ma, L., Chan, J.L., Johnston, K.D., Lomber, S.G., and Everling, S. (2017) Dorsolateral prefrontal cortex activities following deactivation of anterior cingulate cortex in an antisaccade task in monkeys.  11th Annual meeting of the Canadian Association for Neuroscience. #3-D-141, pg. 84.

Wong, C., and Lomber, S.G. (2017) Neural correlates of hindlimb obstacle memory revealed via chronic microelectrode array recordings in area 5 of walking cats. 11th Annual meeting of the Canadian Association for Neuroscience. #2-D-165, pg. 72.

Dash, S., Peel, T.R., Lomber, S.G., and Corneil, B.D. (2017) Frontal eye fields (FEF) contribute differentially to collicular preparatory activity for short versus long latency saccade. 11th Annual meeting of the Canadian Association for Neuroscience. #3-D-162, pg. 85.

Butler, B.E., Sunstrum, J.K., and Lomber, S.G. (2017) Auditory cortical projections to the superior colliculus are altered by early onset hearing loss in the cat. 2017 International Multisensory Research Forum #248.

Gordon, S.G., Stolzberg, D., and Lomber, S.G. (2017) The ventriloquist aftereffect in the cat. 2017 International Multisensory Research Forum #122.

Brodbeck, M.I.R., Lomber, S.G., Sherry, D.F., and MacDougall-Shackleton, S.A. (2017) The role of the hippocampus in encoding, retention, and retrieval of spatial memory in brown-headed cowbirds. Annual Conference of the Animal Behaviour Society, Toronto, ON.

Brodbeck, M.I.R., Lomber, S.G., Sherry, D.F., and MacDougall-Shackleton, S.A. (2017) Cryoloops in an avian species: A method to reversibly deactivate the hippocampus. Annual International Conference on Comparative Cognition, Melbourne, Florida.

Butler, B.E. and Lomber, S.G. (2017) Quantifying connectivity to auditory cortex:  Implications for crossmodal plasticity and hearing restoration. 2017 Conference on Implantable Auditory Prostheses. Lake Tahoe, NV.

Lomber, S.G., Meredith, M.A., Wong, C. and Kral, A. (2017) Vocalization processing regions of auditory cortex mediate enhanced face discrimination abilities of the congenitally deaf.  37th Annual Meeting of the Australasian Neuroscience Society.  Sydney, Australia.

Clemo, H.R., Lomber, S.G., and Meredith, M.A. (2017) Dendritic spine properties distribute differently across different subregions of cat auditory cortex.  6th International Conference on Auditory Cortex.  Banff, Alberta, Canada.

Butler, B.E. and Lomber, S.G. (2017) Quantifying and comparing connectivity within auditory cortex and between sensory cortices in hearing and deaf cats.  6th International Conference on Auditory Cortex. Banff, Alberta, Canada.