- Schnupp Group Research Group
DPhil (Physiology), BSc (Genetics), BA (Mathematical Sciences)
Professor of Neuroscience
Dr. Jan Schnupp obtained a BSc in Genetics from UCL in 1990 and a DPhil in Physiology from Oxford in 1996. In the past he held a Junior Research Fellowship at Christ Church, and a visiting fellowship at the University of Wisconsin at Madison. He now holds a University lectureship in Neuroscience and a Tutorial Fellowship at St Peter's College. He co-directs the Oxford Auditory Neuroscience group, together with Prof Andrew King. His main research interest concerns how auditory information is represented and processed in the auditory cortex.
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Also, visit our auditory neuroscience web site for multi-media content on eh onderful world of hearing, my primary research interest.
Schnupp J. et al, (2010)
Neural ensemble codes for stimulus periodicity in auditory cortex.
Bizley JK. et al, (2010), J Neurosci, 30, 5078 - 5091
Interdependent encoding of pitch, timbre, and spatial location in auditory cortex.
Bizley JK. et al, (2009), J Neurosci, 29, 2064 - 2075
Multiplexed and robust representations of sound features in auditory cortex.
Walker KM. et al, (2011), J Neurosci, 31, 14565 - 14576
Linear processing of spatial cues in primary auditory cortex.
Schnupp JW. et al, (2001), Nature, 414, 200 - 204
Incorporating Midbrain Adaptation to Mean Sound Level Improves Models of Auditory Cortical Processing.
Willmore BD. et al, (2016), J Neurosci, 36, 280 - 289
Periodotopy in the gerbil inferior colliculus: local clustering rather than a gradient map.
Schnupp JW. et al, (2015), Front Neural Circuits, 9
Temporal predictability enhances auditory detection.
Lawrance EL. et al, (2014), J Acoust Soc Am, 135, EL357 - EL363
Constructing noise-invariant representations of sound in the auditory pathway.
Rabinowitz NC. et al, (2013), PLoS Biol, 11
Temporal predictability as a grouping cue in the perception of auditory streams.
Rajendran VG. et al, (2013), J Acoust Soc Am, 134, EL98 - E104