Neuroscience Graduate Club- University at Buffalo

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Student Profile: Daniel Stolzberg

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  • Daniel Stolzberg (djs32 at buffalo dot edu)
  • Ph.D. Candidate in 5th year of study in the Program in Neuroscience at the University at Buffalo. (expected defense in December 2012)
  • NIH NRSA F31 Fellowship award (F31DC010931)
  • Dissertation topic focuses on the contribution of primary auditory cortex  in drug (salicylate) or noise-induced tinnitus (“ringing in the ears”).
  • Utilizes  acute and chronic multichannel electrophysiological recordings of field potential and spiking activity to understand changes associated with tinnitus and related auditory pathologies.  Experience developing operant conditioning and other behavioral paradigms for rats.  Currently working on combining animal behavior with simultaneous electrophysiological recordings to understand the role of attention in tinnitus.

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November 7, 2011 at 1:37 pm

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