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He received his PhD in Physiology from Louisiana State University in 1986. He worked as instructor in Dept. of Cellular & Structural Biology, Univ. of Colorado School of Medicine from 1988-1990. Then he worked as Lecturer, Research Assistant Professor in Dept. of Biology Washington University. He went to Georgetown University Medical Center as Assistant Professor and promoted to Associate Professor in Departments of Physiology and Biophysics, and Psychology. He worked as vice chair for research from 2006-2008 in Georgetown University Medical Center. Currently he is working as External Professor in George Mason University and as an Associate Professor in Departments of Neurology, Neuroscience and Psychology in Georgetown University Medical Center
understanding the neural basis of species-specific audiovocal behaviors, including the neural origins of speech and music. The major goal of our research is to elucidate the cortical networks, coding and computational strategies, and neural mechanisms for the perception of species-specific communication sounds. Using bats as animal models, we study the basic mechanisms that underlie stimulus driven neural integration and plasticity, hemispheric lateralization, combination-sensitivity and multifunctionality of cortical neurons. We are especially interested in the functional organization of the cortex and in neurodynamics at the cellular and systems levels.