Visual Universitätsmedizin Mainz

Group 'Systemic Neurophysiology'

Auditory perception and memory in the neocortex

Our lab focuses on the function and plasticity of neuronal circuits. Specifically, we would like to know how sounds are represented in the auditory cortex and how these representations are transformed into long-term memory. This is fundamental in understanding the mind: memories of past experiences shape our personalities and influence our current perception.

Lab Simon Rumpel

(f.l.t.r.: Dominik Aschauer, Simon Rumpel, Eike Kienle, Johannes Seiler)

(not in the picture: Violetta Steinbrecher)

Our lab is member of the Focus Program Translational Neuroscience ( http://www.ftn.uni-mainz.de/eng/index.php ) and German Resilience Center ( http://www.german-resilience-center.uni-mainz.de/ ).

Office

 Bernadette Maass 
Room: 01.316
Phone: 06131 39-25944 
Fax: 06131 39-26071

 

Postal Address

Group Systemic Neurophysiology

University Medical Center 

Johannes Gutenberg-University

Institute of Physiology

Hanns-Dieter-Hüsch Weg 19

55128 Mainz, Germany 

Please note:

Our group is currently not yet located at Duesbergweg 6