National Centre for Audiology

Our Multidisciplinary Research

Dr. Dietz and student discussing cochlear implants

Most of our research is collaborative with partners at the National Centre for Audiology, the Brain and Mind Institute and London Health Sciences Centre and with colleagues in Toronto and abroad. Our multidisciplinary lab includes audiologists, engineers, physicists, psychologists and neuroscientists. 

Research methods featured in our lab include psychoacoustics, EEG, computational neuroscience, electrically evoked compound action potentials, and, in collaboration with our partners, MEG, MRI, and extracellular recordings in the brainstem, midbrain, and in the cortex.

We are proud of former graduate members who have provided various important contributions to our laboratory. Our lab provides the foundations for success in multiple fields, and we are always looking for great talent to join our team.