Cornelis Lanting

Research interests

How is sound represented in human auditory cortex? Does it change following hearing impairment?

My work in the field of auditory neuroscience focuses on the question how basic features of sound, such as frequency or frequency-selectivity, are represented in the human auditory cortex. In addition, I've started as a medical physicist/audiologist trainee assessing subjects' hearing ability and working on solutions to restore hearing. Working in these fields, I'm interested in changes in hearing and its mechanism or function following e.g., hearing loss and tinnitus.

Experience and skills:
- fMRI and EEG data analysis and methodology (including connectivity analysis [structural and functional], ASL, VBM)
- Psychophysics
- Statistics
- Programming (Matlab & Python)

  1. Unilateral Tinnitus: Changes in Connectivity and Response Lateralization Measured with fMRI

    Lanting, C. P., de Kleine, E., Langers, D. R. M. & van Dijk, P., 20-Oct-2014, In : PLoS ONE. 9, 10, 13 p., e110704.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticleAcademicpeer-review

  2. Neural activity underlying tinnitus generation: Results from PET and fMRI

    Lanting, C. P., de Kleine, E. & van Dijk, P., Sep-2009, In : Hearing Research. 255, 1-2, p. 1-13 13 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalReview articleAcademicpeer-review

  3. Using fMRI to Examine Central Auditory Plasticity

    Hall, D., Lanting, C. & Hartley, D. E. H., 2014, Using fMRI to Examine Central Auditory Plasticity. InTech, 28 p.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapterAcademic

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  1. Auditory Cortex Responses in Sensorineural Hearing Loss With and Without Tinnitus

    Pim Dijk, van (Speaker), Remco Renken (Speaker), Cornelis Lanting (Speaker) & Elouise Koops (Speaker)


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