Amanda Henton, a Senior Research Scientist at Turner Scientific, recently had her paper published by the Journal of Neuroscience.

Amanda’s interest in her career started with music. “I have always loved music and was facinated by the way the brain can process such complex sounds such as speech and music. From there, I decided to pursue a career in neuroscince and focus on understanding the auditory system.”

For her paper, Amanda explored the role of KCNQ channels on cell-type-specific plasticity in mouse auditory cortex after peripheral damage.

You can read her newly published paper at

The staff and employees at Turner Scientific wish Amanda a hearty Congratulations!