Mark A. Blumberg

New York University School of Medicine, New York, NY, United States 
Language, Plasticity
"Mark Blumberg"

Mark Blumberg has joined the Cognitive Neurophysiology Research Group in the Spring of 2007 and acts as the Clinical Research Coordinator and Lab Manager. Marks primary research is concerned with patients implanted with intracranial EEG electrodes and on functional MRI of language processing.

Mark holds a B.A. from Hampshire College, where he studied neuroscience and music. His research focused on adult, experience-dependent neural plasticity, especially in response to musical stimuli. For his final project, he investigated the rehabilitative effect of music training on the frequency discrimination abilities of two cochlear implant users. He presented his results at the first Music and Mind Symposium at Harvard and the CIEL Conference at Pitzer College. Since then, he has initiated work with the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra to develop an outreach program for deaf and hard-of-hearing classrooms based on these preliminary findings.

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Thomas Thesen research assistant 2007- New York University School of Medicine (Neurotree)
Jane W. Couperus research assistant 2003-2006 Hampshire College (Neurotree)
Neil Stillings research assistant 2003-2006 Hampshire College (Neurotree)
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McDonald CR, Thesen T, Carlson C, et al. (2010) Multimodal imaging of repetition priming: Using fMRI, MEG, and intracranial EEG to reveal spatiotemporal profiles of word processing. Neuroimage. 53: 707-17
Blackmon K, Barr WB, Kuzniecky R, et al. (2010) Phonetically irregular word pronunciation and cortical thickness in the adult brain. Neuroimage. 51: 1453-8
Wingfield A, Milstein G, Blumberg M. (1984) Cerebral specialization and hemispheric performance asymmetries in narrative memory. Perceptual and Motor Skills. 59: 39-42
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