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Jonathan Fritz promoted to associate research scientist

Jonathan Fritz (ISR) has been promoted to associate research scientist, effective July 1, 2009.

Fritz's research in task-related adaptive plasticity in auditory processing focuses on behavioral physiology studies of the ferret and monkey primary auditory cortex. He also is interested in the neurobiology of auditory perception and memory, including psychophysical studies in the ferret, perceptual and behavioral lesion studies in the monkey, PET and fMRI imaging studies of auditory processing, and a new set of physiological studies of ferret and monkey auditory prefrontal cortex.

June 5, 2009


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