Heather Marie Ames

Boston University, Boston, MA, United States 
Computational Neuroscience
"Heather Ames"

am a PhD candidate in the Department of Cognitive and Neural Systems at Boston University. I received my bachelors degree in Cognitive Science with an emphasis in Neuroscience at the University of California at Berkeley in 2003. My current academic reserach interests focus on speech modeling. I have recently developed a speaker normalization model with my PhD advisor, Prof. Steve Grossberg and other research interests in this field include auditory cortical development and mapping and cortical processing mpairments associated with Apraxia of Speech.

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Stephen Grossberg grad student 2009 Boston University
 (Neural dynamics of speech perception and production: From speaker normalization to apraxia of speech.)
Frank Guenther grad student 2009 Boston University
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Ames H, Mingolla E, Sohail A, et al. (2012) The animat: new frontiers in whole brain modeling. Ieee Pulse. 3: 47-50
Gorchetchnikov A, Leveille J, Versace M, et al. (2011) MoNETA: massive parallel application of biological models navigating through virtual Morris water maze and beyond Bmc Neuroscience. 12
Snider G, Amerson R, Carter D, et al. (2011) From synapses to circuitry: Using memristive memory to explore the electronic brain Computer. 44: 21-28
Gorchetchnikov A, Versace M, Ames HM, et al. (2010) General form of learning algorithms for neuromorphic hardware implementation Bmc Neuroscience. 11
Ames H, Grossberg S. (2008) Speaker normalization using cortical strip maps: a neural model for steady-state vowel categorization. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 124: 3918-36
Versace M, Ames H, Léveillé J, et al. (2008) KInNeSS: a modular framework for computational neuroscience. Neuroinformatics. 6: 291-309
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