November 2017: Tobias will transition to the Department of Psychology & Neuroscience as a tenure-track Assistant Professor for the
academic year 2018/19! This means the O-Lab is hiring: we have open positions for highly motivated postdocs, graduate students, and a lab manager/RA starting Fall 2018
(here is more information: ).
Note that the deadline for graduate student applications at Duke is December 1, 2017.
Please contact Tobias (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are interested in joining the lab.
September 2017: Tony Sali and Valeria Caruso join the lab as postdoctoral researchers! Welcome!
July 2017: Tobias visits David Poeppel's posh new second home, the Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics
in Frankfurt, Germany! Lots of interesting stuff happening there.
He also gives a talk and has an inspiring visit with auditory neuroscientists at the University of Maastricht (Lars Riecke,
Federico de Martino, Michelle Moerel, and many others!),
who have an amazing MR imaging set up (3T, 7T, and 9.4T) and are pushing the envelope in terms of fMRI analysis tools.
May 2017: The O-Lab submits 3 abstracts to SfN!
April 2017: After graduating early in December 2016, Joon Paik rejoins the lab for more!
February 2017: Yoshie Mizuguchi and Paul Dickinson join the lab as undergraduate research assistants - welcome!
14 February 2017: Tobias gives a talk and chairs a session on Human Auditory Cortex at the ARO MidWinter meeting!
November 2016: Joon and Tobias present their fMRI study investigating acousto-linguistic mapping via bilingual speech quilts at the
and SfN 2016 meetings.
1 September 2016: Matt Fecteau joins the lab as a lab manager!
29 August 2016: Jackson Lee joins the lab as a postgraduate research assistant to start off the new academic year!
5 August 2016: Tobias visits Jonas Obleser's lab in Luebeck, Germany, and gives a talk. Great place, great people, and great research going on there!
June 2015: "Speech quilting" paper appears in Nature Neuroscience!
May 2015: Paige Mihalsky will join the lab as Lab Manager / Research Assistant in August!
Spring 2014: Lab Manager / Research Assistant position available to help kick-start our lab. Please check
out the official announcement here
Summer 2013: Prospective graduate students and postdocs interested in working in
our lab as of the academic year 2014/15 should send an email outlining their research interests and include a CV and
contact details of two academic references. Ideal candidates will have a degree in
a related discipline (e.g. Psychology, Neuroscience, Engineering) and have good
programming skills (Matlab). Previous experience in auditory research, functional
brain imaging, signal processing and/or acoustics is highly desirable.