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Cognitive Neurophysiology Laboratory

Welcome to the Cognitive Neurophysiology Lab

The Cognitive Neurophysiology Lab at URMC (CNL-R) is a group of scientists, clinicians, and technicians based in the University of Rochester Medical Center Department of Neuroscience. We’re interested in understanding how the brain processes inputs from our sense organs. We have a particular interest in how conditions and disorders with genetic and neurological components affect sensory perception and sense-related cognition. To date, researchers in our lab have published articles related to Autism Spectrum Disorder, Dyslexia, Multiple Sclerosis, Neimann Pick Type C, addiction, ADHD, and Rett Syndrome, to name a few.

Current research projects include:

We utilize a variety of techniques including electroencephalography, electrocorticography, functional magnetic resonance imaging, and transgenic murine models to study the characteristics of these diseases and how they are manifested in the brain. Our mission is to identify and understand the physiology of the fundamental deficits behind these syndromes and to connect these deficiencies to common genetic, physiological, and behavioral traits. Furthering our knowledge of these diseases has allowed us to develop clinical trials to ameliorate these deficits and definitively measure that progress.

Current Projects

John J. Foxe, Ph.D.

John J. Foxe, Ph.D.
Principal Investigator

Edward G. Freedman, Ph.D.

Edward G. Freedman, Ph.D.
Principal Investigator

 

Publications

    1. Wilson TJ
    2. Foxe JJ
    Cross-frequency coupling of alpha oscillatory power to the entrainment rhythm of a spatially attended input stream.; Cognitive neuroscience; Vol 11(1-2). 2020 Jan.
    1. Chye Y
    2. Mackey S
    3. Gutman BA
    4. Ching CRK
    5. Batalla A
    6. Blaine S
    7. Brooks S
    8. Caparelli EC
    9. Cousijn J
    10. Dagher A
    11. Foxe JJ
    12. Goudriaan AE
    13. Hester R
    14. Hutchison K
    15. Jahanshad N
    16. Kaag AM
    17. Korucuoglu O
    18. Li CR
    19. London ED
    20. Lorenzetti V
    21. Luijten M
    22. Martin-Santos R
    23. Meda SA
    24. Momenan R
    25. Morales A
    26. Orr C
    27. Paulus MP
    28. Pearlson G
    29. Reneman L
    30. Schmaal L
    31. Sinha R
    32. Solowij N
    33. Stein DJ
    34. Stein EA
    35. Tang D
    36. Uhlmann A
    37. van Holst R
    38. Veltman DJ
    39. Verdejo-Garcia A
    40. Wiers RW
    41. Yücel M
    42. Thompson PM
    43. Conrod P
    44. Garavan H
    Subcortical surface morphometry in substance dependence: An ENIGMA addiction working group study.; Addiction biology. 2019 Nov 20.
    1. Hagler DJ
    2. Hatton S
    3. Cornejo MD
    4. Makowski C
    5. Fair DA
    6. Dick AS
    7. Sutherland MT
    8. Casey BJ
    9. Barch DM
    10. Harms MP
    11. Watts R
    12. Bjork JM
    13. Garavan HP
    14. Hilmer L
    15. Pung CJ
    16. Sicat CS
    17. Kuperman J
    18. Bartsch H
    19. Xue F
    20. Heitzeg MM
    21. Laird AR
    22. Trinh TT
    23. Gonzalez R
    24. Tapert SF
    25. Riedel MC
    26. Squeglia LM
    27. Hyde LW
    28. Rosenberg MD
    29. Earl EA
    30. Howlett KD
    31. Baker FC
    32. Soules M
    33. Diaz J
    34. de Leon OR
    35. Thompson WK
    36. Neale MC
    37. Herting M
    38. Sowell ER
    39. Alvarez RP
    40. Hawes SW
    41. Sanchez M
    42. Bodurka J
    43. Breslin FJ
    44. Morris AS
    45. Paulus MP
    46. Simmons WK
    47. Polimeni JR
    48. van der Kouwe A
    49. Nencka AS
    50. Gray KM
    51. Pierpaoli C
    52. Matochik JA
    53. Noronha A
    54. Aklin WM
    55. Conway K
    56. Glantz M
    57. Hoffman E
    58. Little R
    59. Lopez M
    60. Pariyadath V
    61. Weiss SR
    62. Wolff-Hughes DL
    63. DelCarmen-Wiggins R
    64. Feldstein Ewing SW
    65. Miranda-Dominguez O
    66. Nagel BJ
    67. Perrone AJ
    68. Sturgeon DT
    69. Goldstone A
    70. Pfefferbaum A
    71. Pohl KM
    72. Prouty D
    73. Uban K
    74. Bookheimer SY
    75. Dapretto M
    76. Galvan A
    77. Bagot K
    78. Giedd J
    79. Infante MA
    80. Jacobus J
    81. Patrick K
    82. Shilling PD
    83. Desikan R
    84. Li Y
    85. Sugrue L
    86. Banich MT
    87. Friedman N
    88. Hewitt JK
    89. Hopfer C
    90. Sakai J
    91. Tanabe J
    92. Cottler LB
    93. Nixon SJ
    94. Chang L
    95. Cloak C
    96. Ernst T
    97. Reeves G
    98. Kennedy DN
    99. Heeringa S
    100. Peltier S
    101. Schulenberg J
    102. Sripada C
    103. Zucker RA
    104. Iacono WG
    105. Luciana M
    106. Calabro FJ
    107. Clark DB
    108. Lewis DA
    109. Luna B
    110. Schirda C
    111. Brima T
    112. Foxe JJ
    113. Freedman EG
    114. Mruzek DW
    115. Mason MJ
    116. Huber R
    117. McGlade E
    118. Prescot A
    119. Renshaw PF
    120. Yurgelun-Todd DA
    121. Allgaier NA
    122. Dumas JA
    123. Ivanova M
    124. Potter A
    125. Florsheim P
    126. Larson C
    127. Lisdahl K
    128. Charness ME
    129. Fuemmeler B
    130. Hettema JM
    131. Maes HH
    132. Steinberg J
    133. Anokhin AP
    134. Glaser P
    135. Heath AC
    136. Madden PA
    137. Baskin-Sommers A
    138. Constable RT
    139. Grant SJ
    140. Dowling GJ
    141. Brown SA
    142. Jernigan TL
    143. Dale AM
    Image processing and analysis methods for the Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development Study.; NeuroImage; Vol 202. 2019 Nov 15.
    1. Van Diepen RM
    2. Foxe JJ
    3. Mazaheri A
    The functional role of alpha-band activity in attentional processing: the current zeitgeist and future outlook.; Current opinion in psychology; Vol 29. 2019 Oct.

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Contact Us

  Cognitive Neurophysiology Lab
601 Elmwood Ave,
Rochester, NY 14642

 (585) 275-1674

 We’re located in the Medical Center Annex Building (RCBI Entrance) across from the entrance to the Medical School entrance.

  Medical Center Annex 3rd floor - 3B.300