Brandon T. Paul

Affiliations: 
Sunnybrook Research Institute, Toronto, Ontario, Canada 
Area:
Auditory system, tinnitus, cochlear implants, hearing loss, cognition
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www.brandontylerpaul.com
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Mukherjee S, Kuroiwa M, Oakden W, et al. (2021) Local magnetic delivery of recombinant adeno-associated virus AAV2(quad Y-F) mediated brain-derived neurotrophic factor gene therapy restores hearing after noise injury. Molecular Therapy : the Journal of the American Society of Gene Therapy
Paul BT, Chen J, Le T, et al. (2021) Cortical alpha oscillations in cochlear implant users reflect subjective listening effort during speech-in-noise perception. Plos One. 16: e0254162
Prince P, Paul BT, Chen J, et al. (2021) Neural correlates of visual stimulus encoding and verbal working memory differ between cochlear implant users and normal-hearing controls. The European Journal of Neuroscience
Paul BT, Uzelac M, Chan E, et al. (2020) Poor early cortical differentiation of speech predicts perceptual difficulties of severely hearing-impaired listeners in multi-talker environments. Scientific Reports. 10: 6141
Paul BT, Bruce IC, Roberts LE. (2018) Envelope following responses, noise exposure, and evidence of cochlear synaptopathy in humans: Correction and comment. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 143: EL487
Paul BT, Schoenwiesner M, Hébert S. (2018) Towards an objective test of chronic tinnitus: Properties of auditory cortical potentials evoked by silent gaps in tinnitus-like sounds. Hearing Research
Roberts LE, Paul BT, Bruce IC. (2018) Erratum and comment: Envelope following responses in normal hearing and in tinnitus. Hearing Research
Paul BT, Tran N, Waheed S, et al. (2018) Testing for evidence of cochlear synaptopathy in normal-hearing young adults with varying noise exposure history The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 143: 1750-1751
Paul BT, Waheed S, Bruce IC, et al. (2017) Subcortical amplitude modulation encoding deficits suggest evidence of cochlear synaptopathy in normal-hearing 18-19 year olds with higher lifetime noise exposure. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 142: EL434
Paul BT, Bruce IC, Roberts LE. (2016) Evidence that hidden hearing loss underlies amplitude modulation encoding deficits in individuals with and without tinnitus. Hearing Research
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