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Daniel Kurylo

Associate Professor

Location: 4407 James Hall
Phone: 718.951.5000 x6022
Fax: 718.951.4814

Dr. Kurylo's graduate training included psychophysical techniques in humans and animal models. Post-doctoral training expanded research on visual processing, and included perceptual in clinical populations. Research includes basic scientific studies, as well as clinical investigations of patient populations, including Alzheimer's disease, acquired brain injury, schizophrenia, and aging. Studies have identified cortical regions necessary for select perceptual processes, as well as transmitter-based involvement in cortical integration. Dr. Kurylo has served as Principle Investigator on studies of performance and neural mediation of visual perception, including research on stimulus features and scale, retinal position, and priming and masking effects. Dr. Kurylo has an expertise in developing computer software for control of stimuli for perceptual organization measurements, which have been adapted to cognitive rehabilitation for improving these abilities in schizophrenia.

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