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Research Profile: John Brugge, PhD
The dominant research focus in the UI Department of Neurosurgery is the study of human auditory cortex. Brugge is considered by many as the world's foremost authority in the field of auditory cortex research. He has competed successfully for peer-reviewed NIH funding for more than 30 years without interruption, including the prestigious Jacob Javits Award in Neurosurgery.
His original research publications include the most widely sited scientific articles in the discipline. He has served with distinction for more than a decade as Chairman of the Department of Neurophysiology at the University of Wisconsin.
He has served on the editorial boards of the Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Hearing Research and Audiology and Neurootology and on numerous university committees and has authored many works throughout his career.
In 1996 Brugge and his colleagues at the University of Wisconsin began a scientific collaboration with investigators at the University of Iowa which grew into the University of Iowa Human Brain Physiology Research Program.
Since the start of 2002 Brugge has functioned as a Director of Research in the Department of Neurosurgery, University of Iowa.
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Fri Jan 4 12:27:47 2008