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Simon is invited speaker at otolaryngology meeting

Simon is invited speaker at otolaryngology meeting

ISR-affiliated Associate Professor Jonathan Simon (ECE/Biology) will be an invited speaker at the Presidential Symposium of the 36th MidWinter Meeting of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology (ARO), this February in Baltimore.

The topic of the Presidential Symposium is "Ears and Brains at the Cocktail Party." Simon will present a talk titled, "Cortical Encoding of Auditory Objects at the Cocktail Party."

The ARO midwinter meeting is the preeminent international meeting in auditory neuroscience, typically attracting approximately 1,500 participants from around the world.

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January 14, 2013


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