SHACS Archives 2010-2011

 

Date

Name

First Name

Department/Title

Institution

Topic

1/8/2010

Nash

Barbara

Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences

University of Washington

Can Babies Learn Language From Interactive TV?

1/22/2010

Estes

Annette M

Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences

University of Washington

Innovations in Early Autism Intervention: Genes, to Brain, to Behavior

2/5/2010

Fine

Ione

Department of Psychology

University of Washington

Cross- Modal Plasticity as a Result of Early Visual Deprivation

2/12/2010

Landry

Tom

The Bionic Ear Institute

Melbourne, Australia

Chronic Neurotrophin Infusion and Electrical Stimulation in the Deaf Cochlea: Implications for Cochlear Implant Spatial Selectivity

2/19/2010

Abdala

Caroline

House Ear Institute

Children's Auditory Research and Evaluation (CARE) Center

DPOAE Dual Source Generation: an 'Enhanced' Look at Cochlear Function

3/5/2010

Peter

Beate

Dept. of Speech and Hearing Sciences

University of Washington

Genetics of Communication Disorders: The Role of FOXP2 and CNTNAP2 in Measures of Phonemic Awareness, Reading, and Motor Praxis

4/2/2010

Stecker

Christopher G

Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences

University of Washington

Combining Auditory Spatial Cues Across Time and Type.

4/16/2010

Schwartz

Ilene

Haring Center for Applied Research and Training in Education

University of Washington

Project DATA: What We Have Learned in I3 Years of Providing Services to Young Children with ASD

4/23/2010

Bloch

Steven

Division of Psychology and Language Sciences

University College of London

Acquired Progressive Dysarthria in Everyday Conversation: Investigating the Collaborative Management of Intelligibility Problems

 

5/7/2010

Trahiotis

Tino

Neuroscience

University of Connecticut Health Center

Assessing the processing of inter- aural temporal disparities conveyed by high frequeny stimuli by arying the temporal signatures of their envelopes

5/14/2010

Bierer

Julie A

Speech and Hearing Sciences

University of Washington

Probing the electrode- neuron interface in cochlear implant listeners

5/21/2010

Colburn

Steven

Professor, Biomedical Engineering

Boston University

Attempts to Understand Speech Intelligibility in Complex Sound Environments

6/4/2010

Luschei

Erich

Affiliate Professor, Speech and Hearing Sciences

University of Washington

Tongue Exercise: An effective therapy for Dysphagia?

10/11/2010

Seild

Armin

Department of Otolaryngology-HNS, VMBHRC

University of Washington

Systematic Temporal Compensation in the Avian Sound Localization Circuit

10/15/2010

Drennan

Ward

Department of Otolaryngology-HNS, VMBHRC

University of Washington

Improving Analysis of Hearing in Cochlear Implant Users

11/5/2010

DiSogra

Robert

Audiology Associates of Freehold

Audiology Associates of Freehold, NJ

Internet Pharmacy- looking for drug information in all the right-and wrong- places

 

 

 

 

 

 

1/8/2011

Peter

Beate

 

University of Washington

Phenotypic subtypes and genetic associations in multigenerational families with speech sound disorder

1/22/2011

Roseberry

Sarah

 

University of Washington

Social Cues for language learning

 

2/5/2011

Middlebrooks

John

Department of Otolaryngology and Center for Hearing Research

UC Irvine

Spatial Hearing for Auditory scene analysis

2/19/2011

Wright

Richard

Department of Lingusitics

University of Washington

The role of inter vs. intra-talker variation in perceptual training

3/5/2011

Phillips

James

Otolaryngology- Head, Neck, and Shoulders

University of Washington

A vestibular Prosthesis: Development, Application and Challenges

4/2/2011

Steyger

Peter

 

Oregon Health Sciences University

Trafficking ototoxic drugs into the cochlea and hair cells

4/16/2011

Angelaki

Dora

 

University of Washington in St. Louis

A Bayesian Journey through out sixth sense: What Aristotle didn't know

5/7/2011

Gracco

Vincent

 

McGill University

Sensorimotor integration for speech: Brain and behavioral characteristics

5/21/2011

Sanchez

Jason

 

University of Washington

Control of neronal excitability by NMDA-Rs in developing binaural auditory nerons

6/4/2011

Storkel

Holly

Department of Speech, Language, and Hearing

University of Kansas

 

 

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