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Jan Schnupp

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.

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