March 21, 2014
Associate Professor, Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences, Center for Visual Science, Department of Ophthalmology, University Of Rochester, NY, USA
Trained at Vanderbilt, Duje Tadin was awarded the PhD. in Psychology in 2004 under the supervision of Joe Lappin. After 3 years of post-doctoral work in Randolph Blake's lab, he took up a position at the University of Rochester, where he is currently an associate professor.
Duje's broad research goal is to elucidate neural mechanisms that lead to human visual experience. He seeks converging experimental evidence from a range of methods, including human psychophysics, computational modeling, transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), neuroimaging, research on special populations, collaborations on primate neurophysiology, and adaptive optics to control retinal images.
- Responses of Non-Eye Movement Central Vestibular Neurons to Sinusoidal Horizontal Translation in Compensated Macaques after Unilateral Labyrinthectomy. J Neurophysiol. In press. (2014 Apr 09).
- Human yaw rotation aftereffects with brief duration rotations are inconsistent with velocity storage. J Assoc Res Otolaryngol. 15, 305-17. (2014 Apr 01).
- In Vitro Efficacy of a Consumer-Marketed Ear Cleaning Tool. Otol Neurotol. In press. (2014 Mar 31).