Sisneros Laboratory
408 Guthrie Hall
Seattle, WA 98195-1525

 

Lab News

Sept 2015 - Our Psychology Department currently has a tenure-track faculty position available in Integrative Animal Behavior!

August 2015 - Our proposal 'Mechanisms of Sound Source Localization Underlying an Ancestral Mode of Vertebrate Hearing' was recently funded by the National Science Foundation. This research is in collaboration with Paul Forlano's Lab at CUNY Brooklyn College.

March 2015 - New PhD graduate students Ruiyu Zeng and Nick Lozier will be joining the lab in the Fall!

 
 
 
 
Last updated 9-2-2015

The Sisneros Lab studies the adaptive plasticity of sensory systems for the encoding of behaviorally relevant signals used during social behavior.

We use fish as model systems to investigate ontogenetic and steroid-dependent seasonal changes in the response properties and function of the auditory system.

We are also interested in sound source localization and how fishes detect and locate underwater sound sources in both relatively simple and complex acoustic environments.