Patrice Voss, Ph.D.

Patrice Voss received his Ph.D. degree in psychology in 2009 from the University of Montreal, working under the supervision of Dr. Franco Lepore.  He is currently a McGill postdoctoral researcher working with Dr. Robert Zatorre at the MNI and BRAMS. Using several brain imaging tools (fMRI, DTI, VBM) and several behavioral variables (sound localization, pitch and melody discrimination), his research aims to identify the functional and anatomical correlates of enhanced auditory and tactile abilities observed in blind individuals, and to better ascertain the specific impact of the age of onset of blindness on both the brain and behavioral adaptations.

Patrice Voss currently holds a Canadian Postdoctoral Banting Fellowship (June 2012-May 2014)

Currently: Research Associate, McGill University – VP Neuroscience Research, Innodem Neurosciences

icon Affiliation: Dr. R. Zatorre Lab

icon University: McGill University

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