Sandra Da Costa

Collaboratrice scientifique +41 21 69 37687

CH F0 562 (Bâtiment CH)
Station 6
CH-1015 Lausanne

Données administratives


high-resolution neuroimaging (sMRI & fMRI), cognitive sciences, auditory perception (sound recognition and localization), auditory cortex anatomy, hearing disorders


Autres publications

Da Costa S, Clarke S, Crottaz-Herbette S
Hearing Research. 2018 Sep;366:17-31
Keeping track of sound objects in space: The contribution of early-stage auditory areas
Higgins NC, McLaughlin SA, Da Costa S, Stecker GC.
Front Syst Neurosci., 11:35, May 2017.
Sensitivity to an Illusion of Sound Location in Human Auditory Cortex.
Da Costa S, Bourquin NM, Knebel JF, Saenz M, van der Zwaag W, Clarke S.
PLoS One, 10(5), May 2015.
Representation of Sound Objects within Early-Stage Auditory Areas: A Repetition Effect Study Using 7T fMRI.
Da Costa S, Saenz M, Clarke S, van der Zwaag W.
Brain Topography, 28(1):66-9, Jan. 2015
Tonotopic gradients in human primary auditory cortex: concurring evidence from high-resolution 7 T and 3 T fMRI.
Da Costa S, van der Zwaag W, Miller LM, Clarke S, Saenz M.
J Neurosci., 33(5):1858-63, Jan. 2013.
Tuning in to sound: frequency-selective attentional filter in human primary auditory cortex.
van der Zwaag W, Da Costa SE, Zürcher NR, Adams RB Jr, Hadjikhani N.
Brain Topography, 25(2):125-8, April 2012.
A 7 tesla FMRI study of amygdala responses to fearful faces.
Da Costa S, van der Zwaag W, Marques JP, Frackowiak RS, Clarke S, Saenz M.
J Neurosci., 31(40):14067-75, Oct. 2011.
Human primary auditory cortex follows the shape of Heschl's gyrus.