Nataša holds a master’s degree in Neurobiology from the University of Belgrade and is currently pursuing her PhD in Neuroscience at Charles University in Prague. She conducted research at the Department of Auditory Neuroscience in Prague, where she studied changes in neuronal activity in the auditory system of mice with tinnitus.

Nataša joined The Brain & Sound lab as a visiting researcher. Her primary focus will be on using cochlear implants to gain a deeper understanding of the underlying plasticity in tinnitus pathology that cannot be addressed through acoustic stimulation.




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Jovanović N, Suchánková Š, Kang M, Melichar A, Bureš Z, Tureček R. Altered hearing function in mice with implanted cranial windows. Neurosci Lett. 2023 Jan 1;792:136969. doi: 10.1016/j.neulet.2022.136969.

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