Aug 13, 2016 ... I am fascinated by how the brain converts sound into meaning, and how this is
critically dependent on a person's current state and history.
Apr 23, 2015 ... “In contrast, the brain responses to a sound we played that mimicked [the
subject's] tinnitus were localized to just a tiny area.” Phillip Gander.
Management of tinnitus in English NHS Audiology Departments: an evaluation of
current practice. DJ Hoare, PE Gander, L Collins, S Smith, DA Hall. Journal of ...
Apr 24, 2015 ... For this study involving a single patient, Sedley and collaborator Phillip E.
Gander, PhD, from University of Iowa, examined the patient's brain ...
Apr 23, 2015 ... Researchers Phillip Gander, of University of Iowa, and William Sedley, of
Newcastle University in the U.K., had the rare opportunity to record ...
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Apr 23, 2015 ... ... also has tinnitus, that we aim to study every such person if they are willing,"
said Dr Phillip Gander, from the University of Iowa in the US.
William Sedley,1,2,4,∗ Phillip E. Gander,1,4,∗∗ Sukhbinder Kumar,<sup>2,3</sup> Hiroyuki
Oya,<sup>1</sup> Christopher K. Kovach,<sup>1</sup> Kirill V. Nourski,<sup>1</sup> Hiroto Kawasaki,<sup>1</sup> Matthew A.
Apr 23, 2015 ... Tinnitus System using Residual Inhibition. William Sedley,1,2,4,* Phillip E.
Gander,1,4,* Sukhbinder Kumar,2,3 Hiroyuki Oya,1 Christopher K.
Apr 23, 2015 ... After the patient's skull was opened and electrodes were implanted in his brain,
Dr. Phillip Gander, a neuroscientist, and his colleagues took the ...