AUDITORY COMPUTATIONS LAB
neural circuits for sound production and coding
The Hechavarria-Kössl lab (a.k.a. auditory computations (AC) lab) is part of the Department for Neurobiology and Biosensors (Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main). Our main goal is to understand the neural underpinnings of vocal communication. We rely on electrophysiology, bioacoustics and non-invasive cochlear measurement techniques to study hearing and vocal production. Our research is conducted in non-human animal models (bats and gerbils) and in humans.
We always have several research projects running in parallel. These projects are conducted by Postdocs, PhD, master, and bachelor students under the supervision of Dr. Julio C. Hechavarria, and Prof. Manfred Kössl.
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Biologicum, Campus Riedberg
Gebäudeteil A, 3. Stock
Max-von-Laue-Str. 13, 60438, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
+49 69 798-42050