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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. Chaarani B
    2. Hahn S
    3. Allgaier N
    4. Adise S
    5. Owens MM
    6. Juliano AC
    7. Yuan DK
    8. Loso H
    9. Ivanciu A
    10. Albaugh MD
    11. Dumas J
    12. Mackey S
    13. Laurent J
    14. Ivanova M
    15. Hagler DJ
    16. Cornejo MD
    17. Hatton S
    18. Agrawal A
    19. Aguinaldo L
    20. Ahonen L
    21. Aklin W
    22. Anokhin AP
    23. Arroyo J
    24. Avenevoli S
    25. Babcock D
    26. Bagot K
    27. Baker FC
    28. Banich MT
    29. Barch DM
    30. Bartsch H
    31. Baskin-Sommers A
    32. Bjork JM
    33. Blachman-Demner D
    34. Bloch M
    35. Bogdan R
    36. Bookheimer SY
    37. Breslin F
    38. Brown S
    39. Calabro FJ
    40. Calhoun V
    41. Casey BJ
    42. Chang L
    43. Clark DB
    44. Cloak C
    45. Constable RT
    46. Constable K
    47. Corley R
    48. Cottler LB
    49. Coxe S
    50. Dagher RK
    51. Dale AM
    52. Dapretto M
    53. Delcarmen-Wiggins R
    54. Dick AS
    55. Do EK
    56. Dosenbach NUF
    57. Dowling GJ
    58. Edwards S
    59. Ernst TM
    60. Fair DA
    61. Fan CC
    62. Feczko E
    63. Feldstein-Ewing SW
    64. Florsheim P
    65. Foxe JJ
    66. Freedman EG
    67. Friedman NP
    68. Friedman-Hill S
    69. Fuemmeler BF
    70. Galvan A
    71. Gee DG
    72. Giedd J
    73. Glantz M
    74. Glaser P
    75. Godino J
    76. Gonzalez M
    77. Gonzalez R
    78. Grant S
    79. Gray KM
    80. Haist F
    81. Harms MP
    82. Hawes S
    83. Heath AC
    84. Heeringa S
    85. Heitzeg MM
    86. Hermosillo R
    87. Herting MM
    88. Hettema JM
    89. Hewitt JK
    90. Heyser C
    91. Hoffman E
    92. Howlett K
    93. Huber RS
    94. Huestis MA
    95. Hyde LW
    96. Iacono WG
    97. Infante MA
    98. Irfanoglu O
    99. Isaiah A
    100. Iyengar S
    101. Jacobus J
    102. James R
    103. Jean-Francois B
    104. Jernigan T
    105. Karcher NR
    106. Kaufman A
    107. Kelley B
    108. Kit B
    109. Ksinan A
    110. Kuperman J
    111. Laird AR
    112. Larson C
    113. LeBlanc K
    114. Lessov-Schlagger C
    115. Lever N
    116. Lewis DA
    117. Lisdahl K
    118. Little AR
    119. Lopez M
    120. Luciana M
    121. Luna B
    122. Madden PA
    123. Maes HH
    124. Makowski C
    125. Marshall AT
    126. Mason MJ
    127. Matochik J
    128. McCandliss BD
    129. McGlade E
    130. Montoya I
    131. Morgan G
    132. Morris A
    133. Mulford C
    134. Murray P
    135. Nagel BJ
    136. Neale MC
    137. Neigh G
    138. Nencka A
    139. Noronha A
    140. Nixon SJ
    141. Palmer CE
    142. Pariyadath V
    143. Paulus MP
    144. Pelham WE
    145. Pfefferbaum D
    146. Pierpaoli C
    147. Prescot A
    148. Prouty D
    149. Puttler LI
    150. Rajapaske N
    151. Rapuano KM
    152. Reeves G
    153. Renshaw PF
    154. Riedel MC
    155. Rojas P
    156. de la Rosa M
    157. Rosenberg MD
    158. Ross MJ
    159. Sanchez M
    160. Schirda C
    161. Schloesser D
    162. Schulenberg J
    163. Sher KJ
    164. Sheth C
    165. Shilling PD
    166. Simmons WK
    167. Sowell ER
    168. Speer N
    169. Spittel M
    170. Squeglia LM
    171. Sripada C
    172. Steinberg J
    173. Striley C
    174. Sutherland MT
    175. Tanabe J
    176. Tapert SF
    177. Thompson W
    178. Tomko RL
    179. Uban KA
    180. Vrieze S
    181. Wade NE
    182. Watts R
    183. Weiss S
    184. Wiens BA
    185. Williams OD
    186. Wilbur A
    187. Wing D
    188. Wolff-Hughes D
    189. Yang R
    190. Yurgelun-Todd DA
    191. Zucker RA
    192. Potter A
    193. Garavan HP
    Baseline brain function in the preadolescents of the ABCD Study.; Nature neuroscience. 2021 Jun 07.
    1. Wakim KM
    2. Freedman EG
    3. Molloy CJ
    4. Vieyto N
    5. Cao Z
    6. Foxe JJ
    Assessing combinatorial effects of HIV infection and former cocaine dependence on cognitive control processes: A high-density electrical mapping study of response inhibition.; Neuropharmacology. 2021 Jun 03.
    1. Helmreich DL
    2. Bovolenta P
    3. Adamantidis A
    4. Foxe JJ
    5. Smith Y
    6. Vaidya VA
    "Diversity Matters Series" - The ALBA Network.; The European journal of neuroscience. 2021 May 29.
    1. Francisco AA
    2. Berruti AS
    3. Kaskel FJ
    4. Foxe JJ
    5. Molholm S
    Assessing the integrity of auditory processing and sensory memory in adults with cystinosis (CTNS gene mutations).; Orphanet journal of rare diseases; Vol 16(1). 2021 Apr 13.

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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