Jeremy Turner, PhD
Dr. Turner is a behavioral neuroscientist appointed as a part-time research professor. His research focuses on tinnitus measurement in animals and humans, general ototoxicity testing in animal models, and ultrasonic noise as an environmental confound in biomedical research. His research has been supported by the NIH, the Tinnitus Research Consortium, and through research contracts with pharmaceutical companies. He is a member of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology and American Association for Laboratory Animal Science. He is also an Associate Professor at Illinois College where he teaches and does research with undergraduates. His teaching interests are in brain and behavior, sensory systems and perception, experimental design, and statistics.
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