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SNAPlab receives NSF funding!

SNAPlab received a 2-year NSF award for a multi-site project in collaboration with U. Minnesota, BU, Carnegie Mellon, and U. Rochester. The project is "Testing the relationship between musical training and enhanced neural coding and perception in noise"

We are hiring!

Openings available for graduate students for Spring and Fall 2019!

Congrats to Alex Mai!

Alexandra Mai receives the ARO travel award to present her work at the 41st MidWinter Meeting of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology (ARO) in San Diego (Feb 2018)
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Welcome to SNAPlab

The Systems Neuroscience of Auditory Perception lab (SNAPlab) is directed by Hari Bharadwaj, and is part of the Department of Speech, Language & Hearing Sciences, and the Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering. At SNAPlab, we study the biological computations and neural circuits that underlie auditory perception. In particular, we are interested in how we process sounds and analyze acoustic scenes in complex everyday environments. Complex scenes with multiple sound sources such as crowded restaurants and busy streets present unique challenges for both biological and machine audition.

For more information about our research questions, translational goals, and techniques used, please visit the research page. If you are wondering about joining the lab, please visit this page for more information. For information about the large and collaborative hearing-science community at Purdue, please see this page.