Dan Sanes, PhD
Professor of Neural Science and Biology, Center for Neural Science
New York University
Dan Sanes is a professor of Neural Science and Biology at the Centre for Neural Science, NYU. He has been cited in over 100 articles, 9 peer-reviewed chapters, and 4 books. His lab studies the development and function of brain circuits that encode auditory cues, and the emergence of adult perceptual skills at both the cellular and systems levels. Ultimately, they seek to understand how the development and plasticity of synaptic and membrane properties permit networks to properly encode auditory cues, thereby supporting adult perceptual skills.