Tom P. Franken, M.D./Ph.D.

2016- Systems Neurobiology Laboratories Salk Institute for Biological Studies, La Jolla, CA, United States 
Auditory system, superior olivary complex, ITD, patch clamp, visual system, visual cortex, border ownership
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Franken TP, Joris PX, Smith PH. (2018) Principal cells of the brainstem's interaural sound level detector are temporal differentiators rather than integrators. Elife. 7
Decramer T, Van Dyck-Lippens PJ, Franken TP, et al. (2017) A small leak will sink the brain: targeted C1-C2 patching. World Neurosurgery
Franken TP, Smith PH, Joris PX. (2016) In vivo Whole-Cell Recordings Combined with Electron Microscopy Reveal Unexpected Morphological and Physiological Properties in the Lateral Nucleus of the Trapezoid Body in the Auditory Brainstem. Frontiers in Neural Circuits. 10: 69
Franken TP, Demaerel P, Vandenberghe W. (2016) Posterior reversible encephalopathy syndrome in multiple system atrophy. Parkinsonism & Related Disorders. 28: 155-6
Benichoux V, Fontaine B, Franken TP, et al. (2015) Neural tuning matches frequency-dependent time differences between the ears. Elife. 4
Franken TP, Roberts MT, Wei L, et al. (2015) In vivo coincidence detection in mammalian sound localization generates phase delays. Nature Neuroscience. 18: 444-52
Franken TP, Bremen P, Joris PX. (2014) Coincidence detection in the medial superior olive: mechanistic implications of an analysis of input spiking patterns. Frontiers in Neural Circuits. 8: 42
McLaughlin M, Franken TP, van der Heijden M, et al. (2014) The interaural time difference pathway: a comparison of spectral bandwidth and correlation sensitivity at three anatomical levels. Journal of the Association For Research in Otolaryngology : Jaro. 15: 203-18
Joris PX, Michelet P, Franken TP, et al. (2008) Variations on a Dexterous theme: peripheral time-intensity trading. Hearing Research. 238: 49-57
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