Our lab's research is in the field of Cognitive Neuroscience and is focused on understanding the neural bases of auditory information processing in adults and children.
- We use non-invasive recordings of human brain activity (event-related potentials [ERPs]) in conjunction with behavioral performance measures, to investigate the processes and brain structures that contribute to the organization, storage and perception of a coherent sound environment.
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Summer is almost half over and this year the Sussman Lab got to spend part of it with two enthusiastic young researchers… Continue reading
The Sussman laboratory is proud to celebrate the recent accomplishments of Renee Symonds and Kelin Brace. Renee was recently awarded the Predoctoral Individual National Research Service Award (F31) with funding from the National Institute of Deafness and Other Communication Disorders … Continue reading
The Sussman laboratory is excited to announce a new publication from our laboratory: “Distinguishing Neural Adaptation and Predictive Coding Hypotheses in Auditory Change Detection.” It is now available online via this link. Check it out!
The Sussman Laboratory is pleased to welcome Dr. Huizhen (Joann) Tang, PhD to the laboratory as our new postdoctoral researcher! We are excited to begin working with her to investigate the role of neural adaptation of visual circuits in perception. … Continue reading
October 22, 2015 The Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine invites applications for a postdoctoral researcher. The goal of this newly-funded NIH project is to gain a better understanding of how adaptation of visual cortical circuits … Continue reading
September 30, 2015. The annual Bronx Science Consortium Poster Session was held at the Bronx Zoo and research from the Sussman Lab was presented at the session by Renee Symonds. The poster session is a wonderful opportunity for scientists in and … Continue reading
This summer went by fast and the Sussman Lab was happy to spend it with Juin Zhou (Fordham University) and Sally Cole (Bard College) investigating the role of stimulus features in Auditory Scene Analysis. Both students did great work and … Continue reading
December 17, 2014 – We are happy to celebrate the graduation of one of our lab members, Jonathan Sussman-Fort, now Dr. Sussman-Fort, following the successful defense of his PhD Thesis: “The effect of stimulus context and attention on auditory scene analysis” … Continue reading
July 31, 2014 – The Sussman Lab was proud to celebrate with our 2014 summer students Nadja Santana and Caitlyn Linehan at the 2014 Summer Undergraduate Research Program and Einstein-Montefiore Summer High School Research Program Poster Session at Albert Einstein College of Medicine … Continue reading
A recent blog post written by Dr. Sussman on Auditory Scene Analysis and Sound Processing was featured on Albert Einstein College of Medicine’s blog The Doctor’s Tablet. Imagine yourself walking on a busy city street. Noises from … Continue reading