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Department of Psychology

  • Aysegul Gungor Aydin
  • Aysegul Gungor Aydin
  • Office: Psychology 335
  • Areas: Behavioral and Systems Neuroscience

Dr. Aysegul Gungor Aydin is a postdoctoral research associate in the lab of Dr. Kasia Bieszczad (CLEF Lab), working on the epigenetic neural mechanisms in the adult auditory brain. She received her BS degree in Biochemistry and her Ph.D. in Neuroscience in 2018 from Pamukkale University, Turkey. During her Ph.D., she was awarded the most competitive International Research Fellowship by The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey and completed her dissertation project in Alev Erisir's lab at the University of Virginia investigating the role of the catecholaminergic system in ADHD. Dr. Gungor Aydin joined the CLEF lab in 2021, and her research focuses on understanding the neural mechanisms of auditory memory for temporal features of sound across multiple levels; epi(genetic), molecular, neurophysiology, and behavior. Dr. Gungor Aydin cares about advocacy and engages in science communication. She is the president of the Rutgers Postdoc Association (PDA) and International Networking in New York City (NYC)

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