Neural mechanisms supporting robust vocalization recognition in the auditory cortex

Image of Vatsun Sadagopan, man with dark hair and blue shirt


Bauer, Colleen


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Department of Head and Neck Surgery & Communication Sciences, and Psychology and Neuroscience


Cognitive, Auditory, & Neural Bases of Language & Speech


Vatsun Sadagopan, University of Pittsburgh

Like many computational and systems neuroscientists, Dr. Sadagopan's undergraduate training was in engineering. He obtained a B. Tech. (Hons.) from the Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur (IIT KGP) in Biochemical Engineering and Biotechnology. He then switched gears and obtained his PhD in Neuroscience from The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, where he trained in auditory neuroscience with Dr. Xiaoqin Wang. Following his PhD, he obtained postdoctoral training in two visual neuroscience labs - with Dr. David Ferster (Northwestern) and Dr. Winrich Freiwald (Rockefeller). He returned to the auditory system when he started my lab at Pitt in 2015.


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