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What's up?

- I'm leading the group developing guidelines for standardised protocols on functional and structural MRI in tinnitus of the European COST-TINNET initiative.

- The results of some previous work on functional connectivity in tinnitus appeared in PLoS ONE recently.

- A pair of two new papers on tonotopic mapping methods came out together in Neuroimage.

- Recently appeared in Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, our review on neuroanatomical abnormalities in tinnitus.

- I was invited to join the editorial board of Hearing Research, for which I guest-edited a special issue on Human Auditory Neuroimaging together with Deb Hall in January '14.

Welcome to Dave's Auditory fMRI Scrapyard!

How can the human brain understand sound?
How can I investigate the human brain?
And how can you learn about what I investigate?
I will try to show you here ...

Use the menu items above to learn more about me and my main research interest: functional magnetic resonance imaging of the central auditory system.

The brain is the citadel of sense perception
- Pliny The Elder -

Know how to listen, and you will profit even from those who talk badly
- Plutarch -

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