2017-2018 Archive

2017 Autumn Quarter
(first day of classes 27 September)

Friday 27 October 2017 3:30 PM EGL 001
René H. Gifford, PhD, Vanderbilt University
"Bimodal hearing vs. bilateral cochlear implantation: auditory function and related hearing mechanisms"
Friday 1 December 2017 3:30 PM EGL 001
J. Bruce Tomblin, PhD, Professor Emeritus, University of Iowa
S&H Minifie Lecture: "Language and Reading Outcomes of Children with Mild-to-Severe Hearing Loss"
Friday 8 December 2017 3:30 PM EGL 001
Annette M. Estes, PhD, University of Washington
"Brain and Behavioral Development in Autism Spectrum Disorder: Implications for Clinical Outcomes"

2018 Winter Quarter
(first day of classes 3 January)

Friday 19 January 2018 3:30 PM EGL 001
Frederick J. Gallun, PhD, National Center for Rehabilitative Auditory Research (NCRAR), and Oregon Health & Science University
"Assessment of auditory processing abilities in adults"
Friday 23 February 2018 3:30 PM CD 150
Olivia Bermingham-McDonogh, PhD, University of Washington
"Development and regeneration of sensory patches in mammalian inner ear"
Friday 9 March 2018 3:30 PM EGL 001
Bob McMurray, PhD, University of Iowa
"Signal + Knowledge ≠ Performance The real-time lexical processing over development, and in language and hearing impairment."

2018 Spring Quarter
(first day of classes 26 March)

Friday 30 March 2018 3:30 PM EGL 001
David J. Ostry, PhD, McGill University
"Sensory Plasticity in Speech Motor Learning"
Friday 13 April 2018 3:30 PM EGL 001
Timothy E. Hullar, MD, Oregon Health & Science University
"Multisensory integration involving vestibular stimuli"
[Final Abstract]
Friday 27 April 2018 3:30 PM EGL 001
Edwin W Rubel, PhD, University of Washington
"Great Colleagues Have Filled 32 Wonderful Years at UW"
Friday 11 May 2018 3:30 PM EGL 001
Ward R. Drennan, PhD, University of Washington
"Diagnosing hearing difficulties among the 'normal' hearing"
Friday 1 June 2018 3:30 PM EGL 001
John C. Thorne, PhD, CCC-SLP, University of Washington
"Footprints in the mud: finding traces of CNS damage in the spoken discourse of children with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders"


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