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Michael J Crosse, PhD

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Postdoctoral Fellow,
School of Engineering,
Trinity Centre for Bioengineering.

Contact Information

Email: crossemj@tcd.ie

Bio

Michael received the BE degree in Electrical Engineering and the MSc degree in Bioengineering from University College Dublin in 2010 and 2011, respectively. He received his PhD in Neural Engineering from Trinity College Dublin in 2016, where he developed a system identification framework for studying the neurophysiology of audiovisual speech processing in humans under the supervision of Dr Edmund Lalor. After a brief postdoctoral position in the Lalor Lab at Trinity, Michael moved to New York to work as a postdoctoral research fellow in the Cognitive Neurophysiology Laboratory at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine.

Research Interests

  • Multisensory integration
  • Audiovisual speech processing
  • Decoding sensory information from neural activity
  • Machine learning
  • Sensory deficits in autism

Awards & Scholarships

  • GREP-Eng Studentship (Nov 2011). Postgraduate Research Studentship with Dr. Edmund Lalor, awarded by the Programme for Research in Third-Level Institutions and co-funded under the European Regional Development fund.
  • EU-CSNII Fellowship (May 2013). EU Fellowship to attend the 2013 Neuromorphic Cognition Engineering Workshop in Telluride, Colorado, awarded by the 7th Research Framework Program FP7-ICT-CSNII-601167.

Publications

Journal Articles

  1. O'Sullivan AE, Crosse MJ, Di Liberto GM, Lalor EC (2017). Visual Cortical Entrainment to Motion and Categorical Speech Features during Silent Lipreading. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 10:679. PubMed
  2. Crosse MJ, Di Liberto GM, Bednar A, Lalor EC (2016). The multivariate temporal response function (mTRF) toolbox: a MATLAB toolbox for relating neural signals to continuous stimuli. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 10:604. PubMed
  3. Crosse MJ, Di Liberto GM, Lalor EC (2016). Eye Can Hear Clearly Now: Inverse Effectiveness in Natural Audiovisual Speech Processing Relies on Long-Term Crossmodal Temporal Integration. Journal of Neuroscience, 36(38):98889895. PubMed
  4. Crosse MJ, Butler JS, Lalor EC (2015). Congruent visual speech enhances cortical entrainment to continuous auditory speech in noise-free conditions. Journal of Neuroscience, 35(42):14195204. PubMed
  5. Sheedy CM, Power AJ, Reilly RB, Crosse MJ, Loughnane GM, Lalor EC (2014). Endogenous auditory frequency-based attention modulates electroencephalogram-based measures of obligatory sensory activity in humans. NeuroReport, 25(4):219225. PubMed

Conference Proceedings

  1. Crosse MJ, ElShafei HA, Foxe JJ, Lalor EC (2015). Investigating the temporal dynamics of auditory cortical activation to silent lipreading. 7th International IEEE/EMBS Conference on Neural Engineering, 308311. IEEE Explore
  2. Crosse MJ, O'Sullivan JA, Power AJ, Lalor EC (2013). The effects of attention and visual input on the representation of natural speech in EEG. 35th Annual International Conference of the IEEE/EMBS, 28002803. PubMed

Project Reports

  1. Monteiro AC, de Cheveign A, Mehta A, Andreou A, Pasciaroni A, Franco JAG, Galbraith B, Denk C, Neil D, Emmanouilidou D, Shi B, Erdogmus D, Cohen G, O'Sullivan JA, Tapson J, Ozdas M, Khosrowshahi A, Krishnan L, Amiri M, Crosse MJ, Contreras-Vidal JLP, Liu Q, Benosman RB, Davies S, Liu SC, Chandrapala T, Horiuchi T, Delbruck T, Constable W, Lalor EC, Shinn-Cunningham BG, Slaney M, Shamma SA (2013). Decoding perceived, attended, imagined acoustic events and human-robot interfaces. 20th Telluride Neuromorphic Cognition Engineering Workshop. Final Report
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