Randy Kulesza earned the Ph.D. degree from West Virginia University in anatomy/neuroscience and is currently an Associate Professor of anatomy and a Director of the Auditory Research Center, Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine. He holds a professional membership in the Society for Neuroscience, the Association for Research in Otolaryngology, and the American Association of Clinical Anatomists. His areas of expertise include auditory neuroscience, human brainstem neuroanatomy, immunocytochemistry, tract tracing, and in vivo physiology. His current areas of investigation include brainstem abnormalities in autism, fragile X and animal models, and development of the auditory brainstem in sensory deprivation.
Biography Updated on 27 August 2012