Tommi Raij, MD, PhD - Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago

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Tommi Raij, MD, PhD

  • Research Scientist, RIC
  • Research Associate Professor, NU



Education, Residency and Internship


University of Helsinki, MD


University of Helsinki, PhD, Neuroscience

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Research Profile


Nummenmaa A, McNab JA, Savadjiev P, Okada Y, Hämäläinen MS, Wang R, Wald LL, Pascual-Leone A, Wedeen VJ, Raij T Targeting of white matter tracts with transcranial magnetic stimulation. Brain Stim 2014 Jan-Feb; 7(1):80-4.

Ahveninen J, Huang S, Nummenmaa A, Belliveau JW, Hung AY, Jääskeläinen IP, Rauschecker JP, Rossi S, Tiitinen H, Raij T Evidence for distinct human auditory cortex regions for sound location versus identity processing. Nature communications 2013; 4:2585.

Ahveninen J, Jääskeläinen IP, Belliveau JW, Hämäläinen M, Lin FH, Raij T Dissociable influences of auditory object vs. spatial attention on visual system oscillatory activity. PloS one 2012; 7(6):e38511.

Raij T, Uutela K, Hari R Audiovisual integration of letters in the human brain. Neuron 2000 Nov; 28(2):617-25.

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