• The University of Western Australia (M515), 35 Stirling Highway,

    6009 Perth


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Dr Kristin Barry completed her PhD at the Auditory Laboratory at the University of Western Australia (UWA) in 2019 under Emeritus Professor Don Robertson and Assoc/Professor Helmy Mulders. Her research focus is on preclinical models of hearing loss and tinnitus, specifically on how brain areas not classically thought to be related to hearing might be injured after loud noise exposure and involved in generating tinnitus.

After her PhD, she then took up a position of Postdoctoral Fellow in calicum imaging at the Australian National University. In 2021, she returned to Western Australia and took up the position of Research Fellow at UWA to continue her research in auditory neuroscience and collaborating with the Ear Science Institute of Australia before joining the institute as a research lead in 2022.

Dr Barry’s expertise lies in electrophysiology, behavioural neuroscience, calcium imaging and translational animal models.

Education/Academic qualification

Auditory Neuroscience, PhD, Influence of frontostriatal circuitry on the auditory thalamus, The University of Western Australia

Award Date: 20 Jul 2024

External positions

Research Lead-Auditory Neuroscience, Ear Science Institute Australia

Oct 2022 → …


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