Techniques in Our Lab
We use many psychophysical testing paradigms to examine both visual and acoustic function in our experimental subjects.
Reversible Cooling Deactivation
We employ state-of-the-art cooling deactivation to permit the temporary and reversible inactivation of specific loci in the cerebrum.
We use multicellular recording techniques to examine the activity of individual neurons in both acute and chronic experimental preparations.
Pathway Tracing and Histochemistry
We use current pathway tracing and histochemical techniques to reveal the circuitry underlying the functional changes identified in our behavioural and electrophysiogical assessments.