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Jennifer M. Groh

Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience
Psychology & Neuroscience
Duke Box 90999, Durham, NC 27708-0999
LSRC B252, Durham, NC 27708

Research Interests


  • Eye movement-related eardrum oscillations (EMREOs) and their role in visual-auditory processing
  • Neural fluctuations and their role in permitting the brain to do more than one thing at a time (Neural time division multiplexing)

Selected Grants


Understanding language production after right hemisphere stroke using lesion symptom mapping.

ResearchMentor · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 2022 - 2027

Medical Scientist Training Program

Inst. Training Prgm or CMEPreceptor · Awarded by National Institute of General Medical Sciences · 2022 - 2027

Building Interdisciplinary Research Careers in Women's Health - BIRCWH

Inst. Training Prgm or CMEMentor · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 2002 - 2027

Otolaryngology Surgeon- Scientist career Path (OSSP) program

Inst. Training Prgm or CMEMentor · Awarded by National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders · 2022 - 2027

Mechanisms of Oculomotor Influences on Hearing

ResearchPrincipal Investigator · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 2022 - 2027

Understanding language production after right hemisphere stroke using lesion symptom mapping.

ResearchMentor · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 2022 - 2027

Medical Scientist Training Program

Inst. Training Prgm or CMEPreceptor · Awarded by National Institute of General Medical Sciences · 2022 - 2027

Building Interdisciplinary Research Careers in Women's Health - BIRCWH

Inst. Training Prgm or CMEMentor · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 2002 - 2027

Otolaryngology Surgeon- Scientist career Path (OSSP) program

Inst. Training Prgm or CMEMentor · Awarded by National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders · 2022 - 2027

Mechanisms of Oculomotor Influences on Hearing

ResearchPrincipal Investigator · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 2022 - 2027

Information Preservation in Neural Codes

ResearchPrincipal Investigator · Awarded by National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke · 2022 - 2027

The Effect of Visual Stimuli on Sound Representation in the Macaque Inferior Colliculus

FellowshipPrincipal Investigator · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 2022 - 2025

Neurobiology Training Program

Inst. Training Prgm or CMEMentor · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 2019 - 2024

Multisensory Processes in the Mechanics of Hearing

ResearchPrincipal Investigator · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 2019 - 2024

Contribution of a corticofugal pathway to auditory perception

ResearchPrincipal Investigator · Awarded by University of Pennsylvania · 2022 - 2024

Spatial Information Codes

ResearchPrincipal Investigator · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 2017 - 2023

Information in Limited-Capacity Neural Codes

ResearchPrincipal Investigator · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 2014 - 2019

Basic predoctoral training in neuroscience

Inst. Training Prgm or CMETraining Faculty · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 1992 - 2018

Training in Fundamental &Translational Neuroscience

Inst. Training Prgm or CMETraining Faculty · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 2005 - 2016

Neural Basis of the Perception of Sound Location

ResearchPrincipal Investigator · Awarded by National Science Foundation · 2009 - 2015

CRCNS: Integrative Information Processing

ResearchPrincipal Investigator · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 2006 - 2015

Visual Signals in Auditory Midbrain

ResearchPrincipal Investigator · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 2006 - 2011

Visual Responses in the Monkey Inferior Colliculus

FellowshipPrincipal Investigator · Awarded by National Institutes of Health · 2009 - 2010

Eye Position and the Neural Basis of Sound Localization

ResearchPrincipal Investigator · Awarded by National Science Foundation · 2006 - 2010

External Relationships


  • National Institutes of Health

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