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Our Lab Members' Recent Achievements

July 2022

Ansley Kunnath received NIH funding for her F30 application! This award will fund Ansley's research on factors affecting outcomes in patients with cochlear implants.

December 2021

Mark Wallace and Gabby Dicarlo published a review of dopamine dysregulation models of autism across species. The review was published in Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews.


October 2021

Adriana Schoenhaut completed a workshop with the Janelia Research Group, a core of research institutions focused on independent research.

September 2021

Congratulations to Adriana Schoenhaut for passing her qualifying exams. She is officially a PhD candidate!


June 2021

Collins Opoku-Baah began a summer internship with Meta Quest, formerly known as Oculus, working on cutting-edge virtual reality technology.


April 2021

Congratulations to Sarah Vassall and her fiance, Roark, for getting engaged! Six years together and counting!

March 2021

Collins Opoku-Baah was published in the March 2021 issue of Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science! This paper examines behavioral effects and mechanisms of binocularity in audiovisual temporal perception.


February 2021

A review of visual influences on audition written by the Wallace Lab Group, alongside collaborative efforts with Dr. Ramnarayan "Ram" Ramachandran, has been accepted to the Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology!


Keeping up with the Multisensory Research Community


The International Multisensory Research Forum (IMRF) "provides a platform for scientists from around the world to highlight research investigating the neural processes across multiple sensory modalities and their impact on perception and behavior. IMRF seeks to showcase work from a wide variety of disciplines including neurophysiology, neuroantaomy, neuroimaging, psychophysics, computational psychology, app design, and clinical applications."