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Our research is focused on the neural circuitry mechanisms of hearing-related behaviors and cognitive functions. We are in a diverse and collaborative neuroscience community consisting of the George Washington University and Children’s National Medical Center in the heart of Washington, DC.


[3/11/2020] "Automatic identification of curve shapes with applications to ultrasonic vocalization (authors: Gao Z, Tang Y, Wang H, Wu, GK, and Lin J )" has been accepted for publication in Computational Statistics and Data Analysis.

[7/3/2019] Jeongyoon, Jeff, and Cal's paper "Differential inhibitory configurations segregate frequency selectivity in the mouse inferior colliculus" has been published online by the Journal of Neuroscience.


[4/15/2019] New course in Fall 2019: PSYC 3199-11 Introduction to Psychopharmacology [Syllabus]

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