Central Auditory Physiology Laboratory


Ordiway, G., McDonnell, M., & Sanchez, J.T. (2024). Revisiting the Chicken Auditory Brainstem Response: Frequency Specificity, Threshold Sensitivity, and Cross Species Comparison. Neuroscience Insights, January 9; 19, 1-13. PDF
McFarlane, K.A. and Sanchez, J.T. (2023). Exploring Electrode Placements to Optimize the Identification and Measurement of Early Auditory Evoked Potentials. Audiology Research, December 11; 13, 1-978-988. PDF
Mohan, S., Roy, A., Ordiway, G., and Sanchez, J.T. (2022). Slicing the embryonic chicken auditory brainstem to evaluate tontopic gradients and microcircuits. Journal of Visualized Experiments, July 22; 185: 1-18. PDF
Ordiway, G., McDonnell, M., Mohan, S., and Sanchez, J. T. (2022). Evaluation of Auditory Brainstem Responses in Chicken Hatchlings. Journal of Visualized Experiments, April 1; 182. PDF
Takahashi, M., and Sanchez, J.T. (2020). Effects of Neurotrophin-3 on Intrinsic Neuronal Properties at a Central Auditory Structure. Neuroscience Insights. December 10; Issue 15. 1-13. PDF
Hong, H., and Sanchez, J.T. (2020). To Speed Up: Resurgent Sodium Current in the Nervous System. Open Access Government. January 9; Issue 25. PDF
Ordiway, G., and Sanchez, J.T. (2019). The importance of patterned activity in the nervous system for auditory functions. Open Access Government. October 1; Issue 24. PDF
Glavin, C.C., McFarlane, K.A., and Sanchez, J.T. (2019). Hearing speech in noisy environments. Open Access Government. July 2: Issue 23. 176-177. PDF
Takahashi, M., and Sanchez, J.T. (2019). Complexity of neurotrophin signaling in the nervous system. Open Access Government. April 1; Issue 22. 169-171. PDF
Sanchez, J.T. (2019). The genetically modified chicken: A sound approach to the study of hearing. Open Access government. January 2; Issue 21. 130-133. PDF
Hong, H., and Sanchez, J.T. (2018). Need for Speed and Precision: Structural and functional specializations in the avian cochlear nucleus. Invited Review. Journal of Experimental Neuroscience. Dec12:12: 1-16. PDF
Hong, H., Wang, X., Lu, T., Zorio, D.A.R., Wang, Y., and Sanchez, J.T. Diverse intrinsic properties shape functional phenotype of low-frequency neurons in the auditory brainstem. Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience. PDF
Sanchez, J.T., and Grieco-Calub, T. (2018). Hearing. In: Rousseau, B., and Branski, R. (Eds.), Anatomy and Physiology of Speech and Hearing. Chapter 13. Pg. 401-439. New York, NY: Thieme. PDF
Sanchez, J.T., Wang, Y., Lu, Y., Burger, R.M., Seidl, A.H., and Rubel, E.W. (2018). Nucleus laminaris: In G. Shepherd & D. D. Addona (Eds.), Handbook of Brain Microcircuits Second Edition. Chapter 36. Pg. 425-436. New York, NY: Oxford University Press. PDF
Hong, H., Lu, T., Wang, X., Wang, Y., and Sanchez, J.T. (2018). Resurgent sodium current promotes action potential firing in the avian auditory brainstem. Journal of Physiology. Feb 4; 596(3Feb 4): 423-443. PDF
Sanchez, J.T., and Lu, Y. (2017). Glutamate signaling in the auditory brain stem. In: Fay, R. R., Popper, A.N., Cramer, K., and Coffin, A. (Eds.), Auditory Development and Plasticity: Springer Handbook of Auditory Research. Chapter 4. Pg. 75-108. New York, NY: Springer. PDF
Lu, T., Cohen, A.L., and Sanchez, J.T. (2017). In ovo electroporation in the chicken auditory brainstem. Journal of Visualized Experiments. June 9; (124): 1-7. PDF and Video
Lu, T., Wade, K., Hong, H., and Sanchez, J.T. (2017). Ion channel mechanisms underlying frequency-firing patterns of the avian nucleus magnocellularis: A computational model. Channels. Sept 3; 11(5): 444-58. PDF
  • Received News and Views Article Commentary. Kopp-Scheinpflug, C. (2017). Your genes decide what you are listening to. Channels. Sept 3; 11(5): 355-56. PDF
Wang, X., Hong, H., Brown, D.H., Sanchez, J.T., and Wang, Y. (2017). Distinct properties of low frequency neurons in the chicken nucleus magnocellularis. eNeuro, Apr 4; 4(2): 1-26. PDF
Keesling, D.A., Parker, J.P., and Sanchez, J.T. (2017). A comparison of commercially available auditory brainstem response stimuli at a neurodiagnostic intensity level. Audiology ResearchFeb 1; 7(161): 15-22. PDF
Hong, H, Rollman, L.S., Feinstein, B., and Sanchez J.T. (2016). Developmental profile of ion channel specializations in the avian nucleus magnocellularis. Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience, Mar 30; 10(80): 1-22. PDF
Sanchez, J.T., Quinones, K., and Otto-Meyer, S. (2015). Factors influencing short-term synaptic plasticity in the avian cochlear nucleus magnocellularis. Journal of Experimental Neuroscience, 2015:9(S2): 11-24. PDF
Sanchez, J.T., Ghelani, S., and Otto-Meyer, S. (2015). From development to disease: Diverse functions of NMDA-type glutamate receptors in the lower auditory pathway. Invited Forefront Review. Neuroscience, Jan 29; (285c): 248-259. PDF
  • Listed as 1 of 20 top articles published on the scientific domain of NMDA-Rs (2016). BioMedLib.
Grimsley, C.A., Sanchez, J.T., and Sivaramakrishnan, S. (2013). Midbrian local circuits shape sound intensity codes. Frontiers in Neural Circuits, Oct 30; 7(174): 1-12. PDF
Sivaramakrishnan, S., Sanchez, J.T., Grimsley, C.A. (2013). High concentrations of divalent cations isolate monosynaptic inputs from local circuits in the auditory midbrain. Frontiers in Neural Circuits, Oct 29; 7(175): 1-17. PDF
Sanchez, J.T., (2013). Advancing our understanding of binaural hearing through developmental neurobiology research. Audiology Today, May/June; 25(3): 38-47. PDF
Polley, D.B., Seidl, A.H., Wang, Y., and Sanchez, J.T. (2013). Functional circuit development in the auditory system. In: Rubenstein J. L. R. and Rakic P. (ed.), Comprehensive Developmental Neuroscience: Neural Circuit Development and Function in the Healthy and Diseased Brain. Volume 3, Chapter 2. Pg. 22-39. Amsterdam: Elsevier PDF
Seidl, A.H., Sanchez, J.T., Schecterson, L., Tabor, K.M., Wang, Y., Kashima, D.T., Fraser, S.E., Huss, D., Poynter, G., Lansford, R., Rubel, E.W. (2013). Transgenic Quail as a model for research in the Avian Nervous System – A Comparative Study of the Auditory Brainstem. Journal of Comparative Neurology, Jan 1; 521 (1): 5-23. PDF
Wenstrup, J.J., Nataraj, K., Sanchez J.T. (2012). Mechanisms of spectral and temporal integration in the mustached bat inferior colliculus. Frontiers in Neural Circuits, Oct 23; 6(75): 1-21. PDF
Schecterson, L., Sanchez, J.T., Rubel, E.W., Bothwell, M. (2012). TrkB downregulation is required for dendrite retraction in developing neurons of chicken nucleus magnocellularis. Journal of Neuroscience, Oct 3; 32(40): 14000-9. PDF
Sanchez, J.T., Seidl, A.H., Rubel, E.W., and Barria, A. (2012). Control of neuronal excitability by NMDA-Rs in early developing binaural auditory neurons. Journal of Physiology, Oct 1; 590(Pt 19): 4801-18. PDF
Sanchez, J.T., Seidl, A.H., Rubel, E.W., and Barria, A. (2011). Preparation and culture of chicken auditory brainstem slices. Journal of Visualized Experiments, March 21; (49). PDF and Video
Sanchez, J.T., Wang, Y., Rubel, E.W., and Barria, A. (2010). Development of glutamatergic synaptic transmission in binaural auditory neurons. Journal of Neurophysiology, Sep; 104(3): 1774-89. PDF
Wang, Y., Sanchez, J.T., and Rubel, E.W. (2010). Nucleus laminaris: In G. Shepherd & D. D. Addona (Eds.), Handbook of Brain Microcircuits. Chapter 22. Pg 224-233. New York, NY: Oxford University PDF
Sanchez, J.T., Gans, D., and Wenstrup, J.J. (2008). Glycinergic “inhibition” mediates selective excitatory responses to combinations of sounds. Journal of Neuroscience, Jan 2; 28(1), 80-90. PDF
Sanchez, J.T., Gans, D., and Wenstrup, J.J. (2007). Contribution of NMDA and AMPA receptors to temporal patterning of auditory responses in the inferior colliculus. Journal of Neuroscience, Feb 21; 27(8): 1954-63. PDF
Sanchez, J.T., and Gans, D. (2006). Effects of artifact rejection and Bayesian weighting on the auditory brainstem response during quiet and active behavioral conditions. American Journal of Audiology, Dec; 15(2): 154-63. PDF