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Greg PerrinGraduate Student
Auditory Neuroethology Laboratory
University of Maryland
College Park, MD 20742
Telephone: 301-405-0374 (batlab)
BS, Biology & Psychology Brooklyn College, CUNY, Brooklyn, NY 2005 – 2009 Doctor of Philosophy, Neural and Cognitive Science University of Maryland, College Park, MD 2012 – Present
Perrin, G.E., Müller, R., Grasso, F.W. (2011, November) Pinna Ridges Create Secondary Sidelobes in a Model of Bat Echolocation Using Frequency Scanning, The Society for Neuroscience, 2011 Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.
Perrin, G.E., Müller, R., Grasso F.W. (2010, November) Physical Modeling of the Signal Filtering Properties of Asymmetrical Ear Forms in Echolocating Bats, The Society for Neuroscience, 2010 Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA Perrin, G.E., Müller, R., Grasso F.W. (2010, July) Physical Models Suggest a Monaural Mechanism for Spatial Scanning in Bat Ears, The Animal Behavior Society, 2010 Annual Meeting, The College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA Perrin, G.E., Wang, F., Müller, R., Grasso, F.W. (2010, January) A Role for Outer Ear Shapes in the Ability of Bats to Localize Sound Sources, The Society For Integrative and Comparative Biology, 2010 Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA
Perrin, G.E., Müller, R., Grasso, F.W. (2009, November) Studies of a Model Outer Ear Suggest a Role for Auxiliary Features of Outer Ear Structure in Sound Localization in the Bat Ear, The Society For Neuroscience, 2009 Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL
Perrin, G.E., Müller, R., Grasso, F.W. (2008, October) The Role of Ear Flaps in the Spatial Sensitivity of a Model Bat Ear, The Society For Neuroscience, 2008 Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.
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