Stephen G. Lomber, Ph.D. is a Professor of Physiology at McGill University and directs the Cerebral Systems Laboratory (www.cerebralsystems.ca). Dr. Lomber’s lab uses an integrated approach of psychophysics, electrophysiological recording, neuroanatomical techniques, and functional imaging to examine processing in auditory cortex. Work in the lab examines cortical plasticity in the presence and absence of acoustic input, and following the initiation of auditory processing through the means of cochlear prosthetics. Dr. Lomber is the Associate Editor of Hearing Research and Scientific Program Chair for the Annual Meeting of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology (ARO). He is a past chair of the Gordon Research Conference on the Auditory System and the International Conference on Auditory Cortex.