|Title||Research Assistant Professor|
|Institution||School of Medicine and Dentistry|
|Department||Neurobiology and Anatomy|
|Address||University of Rochester Medical Center|
School of Medicine and Dentistry
601 Elmwood Ave, Box 603
Rochester NY 14642
||1999||Australian Postgraduate Award|
||2Glenn/AFAR Research Grant for Postdoctoral Fellows|
Central Presbycusis –changes in the brain that contribute to the problems of aging-related hearing loss.
Physiological, anatomical, and molecular biological specializations of the central auditory system that facilitate the high-fidelity transmission of timing information.
Leong UC, Barsz K, Allen PD, Walton JP. (2009) Neural correlates of age-related declines in frequency selectivity in the auditory midbrain., Neurobiol Aging. [Epub ahead of print]
Allen PD, Ison JR, Walton JP. (2008) Kv1.1 channel subunits are not necessary for high temporal acuity in behavioural and electrophysiological gap detection. Hear. Res. 246, 52-58
Ison, J.R, Allen, P.D., O'Neill, W.E. (2007) Age-related hearing loss in C57BL/6J mice has both frequency-specific and non-frequency-specific components that produce a hyperacusis-like exaggeration of the acoustic startle reflex. J. Assoc. Res. Otolaryngol., 8, 539-550.
Ison, J.R, Allen, P.D. (2007) Pre- but not post-menopausal female CBA/CaJ mice show less prepulse inhibition than male mice of the same age. Behav. Brain. Res., 185, 76-81
Ison, J.R., Allen, P.D., Rivoli P.J., & Moore, J.T. (2005) The behavioral response of mice to gaps in noise depends on its spectral components and its bandwidth. . J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 117, 3944-3951
Ison, J. R., & Allen, P. D. (2003) Low frequency Tone Pips Elicit Exaggerated Startle Reflexes in C57BL/6J Mice with Hearing Loss. J. Assn. Res. Otolaryngol, 4, 495-504
Allen, P.D., Burkard, R.F, Ison J.R. & Walton, J. P. (2003) Impaired gap encoding in aged mouse inferior colliculus at moderate but not high stimulus levels. Hear. Res., 186, 17-29
Ison, J. R., & Allen, P. D. (2003) A diminished rate of "physiological decay" at noise offset contributes to age-related changes in temporal acuity in the CBA mouse model of presbycusis. J. Acoust. Soc. Am, 114, 522-528
Allen P.D., Virag T.M., & Ison J.R. (2002). Humans detect gaps in broadband noise according to effective gap duration without additional cues from abrupt envelope changes. J. Acoust. Soc. Am., 112, 2967-2974
St Pierre T.G., Gorham N.T., Allen P.D., Costa-Kràmer J.L. & Rao K.V. (2002). Apparent magnetic energy barrier distribution in horse spleen ferritin: evidence for multiple interacting magnetic entities per ferrihydrite nanoparticle. Phys. Rev. B, 65, 024436
Ison J.R., Castro J., Allen P, Virag T.M., & Walton, J.P. (2002). The relative detectability for mice of gaps having different ramp durations at their onset and offset boundaries. J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 112, 740-747
Ison J.R., Virag T.M., Allen P.D., & Hammond G.R.(2002) The attention filter for tones in noise has the same shape and effective bandwidth in the elderly as it has in young listeners. J. Acoust. Soc. Am., 112, 238-246
Allen P.D., St Pierre T.G., Chua-anusorn W., Strom V. & Rao K.V. (2000) Low-frequency low-field magnetic susceptibility of ferritin and hemosiderin. Biochim. Biophys. Acta. 1500, 186-96
Allen P.D., St Pierre T.G. & Street R. (1998). Magnetic Interactions in Native Horse Spleen Ferritin below the Superparamagnetic Blocking Temperature, J Magn. Magn. Mat., 177-181, 1459-1460
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