Te Jones

Comparative Neural Systems & Behavior

Johns Hopkins University

I am PhD student at Johns Hopkins University working in the field of comparative neural systems and behavior. I study how the information gained through our senses, namely vision and hearing, is processed in the brain and influences specific physiological and behavioral changes. These are highly complex tasks that take only fractions of seconds and understanding how and where these operations take place in the brain can lead to a better understanding of language, navigation, and memory.

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