HIV Can Affect the Brain’s Ability to Process Sounds, Finds Study – International Business Times

Read article - Quotes Jay Buckey, professor of medicine and adjunct professor of engineering, in a feature story about a study he conducted with colleagues from the Auditory Neuroscience Laboratory at Northwestern University. The study found that patients with HIV suffer from an inability to effectively process sound. "Initially, we thought we'd find that HIV affects the ear, but what seems to be affected is the brain's ability to process sound," says Buckey. (Similar coverage in Technology Networks.)