John Myers

Department: Psychology
Program: Psychology



John's career in neuroscience has spanned from studying pharmacodynamics in the mouse basal ganglia to understanding how speech preparation affects human auditory perception. His current research is designed to uncover the link between perception and action in the central nervous system. He is interested in how our brains can handle sensory inputs from ourselves and the outside world simultaneously. The integration of sensory input with motor output is critical for movement coordination and our sense of agency through our own actions.