- King Group Research Group
PhD, MSc, BE
Sir Henry Wellcome Postdoctoral Fellow
NEURAL coding, learning and memory
I obtained a BE in Electronics and Communication Engineering from the Delhi College of Engineering before moving to the University of Oxford, where I pursued a Master's in Neuroscience as a Clarendon scholar. I completed a PhD in Neuroscience at the Wellcome Trust Centre for Neuroimaging, University College London that was funded by a Wellcome Trust Senior Clinical Fellowship award (Cortical Bases of Auditory Perception) to Professor Tim Griffiths. My doctoral work focused on understanding the brain bases of auditory segregation as well as the timing of intervals in rhythmic sound sequences using a combination of behavioural and neuroimaging techniques including functional magnetic resonance imaging, magnetoencephalography and dynamic causal modelling.
For my postdoctoral research, I moved to the Ecole Normale Superieure in Paris and worked with Dr. Daniel Pressnitzer and Professor Shihab Shamma on a European Research Council Advanced Grant (Adaptive Auditory Mind) project examining neural correlates of rapid learning and implicit memory in the auditory cortex.
My current research is funded by a Sir Henry Wellcome Postdoctoral Fellowship and based at the Oxford Auditory Neuroscience Group led by Professor Andy King. I use a combination of electrophysiological, imaging and computational approaches to understand the neural mechanisms of auditory sequence learning and generalization.
In 2015, I was endorsed as an emerging leader in Neuroscience by the Royal Society.
Distinct neural substrates of duration-based and beat-based auditory timing.
Teki S. et al, (2011), J Neurosci, 31, 3805 - 3812
A unified model of time perception accounts for duration-based and beat-based timing mechanisms.
Teki S. et al, (2011), Front Integr Neurosci, 5
Properties of the internal clock: first- and second-order principles of subjective time.
Allman MJ. et al, (2014), Annu Rev Psychol, 65, 743 - 771
Segregation of complex acoustic scenes based on temporal coherence.
Teki S. et al, (2013), Elife, 2
Navigating the auditory scene: an expert role for the hippocampus.
Teki S. et al, (2012), J Neurosci, 32, 12251 - 12257
Neural Correlates of Auditory Figure-Ground Segregation Based on Temporal Coherence.
Teki S. et al, (2016), Cereb Cortex, 26, 3669 - 3680
Periodicity versus Prediction in Sensory Perception.
Rajendran VG. and Teki S., (2016), J Neurosci, 36, 7343 - 7345
Resource allocation models of auditory working memory.
Joseph S. et al, (2016), Brain Res, 1640, 183 - 192
Large-Scale analysis of auditory segregation behavior crowdsourced via a smartphone app
Teki S. et al, (2016), PLoS ONE, 11
Commentary: Beta-Band Oscillations Represent Auditory Beat and Its Metrical Hierarchy in Perception and Imagery.
Teki S. and Kononowicz TW., (2016), Front Neurosci, 10