Gregory B. Cogan

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2017- Neurosurgery Duke University, Durham, NC 
Area:
Speech, Cognition, Auditory Processing
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David Poeppel grad student 2006-2011 University of Maryland
 (Temporal dynamics of MEG phase information during speech perception: Segmentation and neural communication using mutual information and phase locking.)
Bijan Pesaran post-doc 2011-2015 NYU
Jonathan Viventi post-doc 2015-2017 Duke
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Trumpis M, Chiang CH, Orsborn AL, et al. (2020) Sufficient sampling for kriging prediction of cortical potential in rat, monkey, and human µECoG. Journal of Neural Engineering
Cogan GB. (2020) Translating the brain. Nature Neuroscience. 23: 471-472
Teng X, Cogan GB, Poeppel D. (2019) Speech fine structure contains critical temporal cues to support speech segmentation. Neuroimage. 116152
Sharma S, Muh CR, Serafini S, et al. (2019) Multimodality Language Mapping Using Cortical Stimulation in Paediatric Patients With Epilepsy Neurosurgery. 66
Cogan GB, Iyer A, Melloni L, et al. (2016) Manipulating stored phonological input during verbal working memory. Nature Neuroscience
Cogan GB. (2016) I see what you are saying. Elife. 5
Cogan GB, Kirshenbaum SR, Walker J, et al. (2015) A kiss is not a kiss: visually evoked neuromagnetic fields reveal differential sensitivities to brief presentations of kissing couples. Neuroreport. 26: 850-5
Cogan GB, Kirshenbaum SR, Walker J, et al. (2015) A kiss is not a kiss: Visually evoked neuromagnetic fields reveal differential sensitivities to brief presentations of kissing couples Neuroreport. 26: 850-855
Cogan GB, Thesen T, Carlson C, et al. (2014) Sensory-motor transformations for speech occur bilaterally. Nature. 507: 94-8
Zion Golumbic E, Cogan GB, Schroeder CE, et al. (2013) Visual input enhances selective speech envelope tracking in auditory cortex at a "cocktail party". The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 33: 1417-26
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