2018-2019 Schedule

2018 Autumn Quarter
(first day of classes 26 September)

Friday 2 November 2018 3:30 PM EGL 001
Chan Lu, PhD, University of Washington
"Language and literacy learning through dual language immersion”
[Abstract]
     
Friday 30 November 2018 3:30 PM EGL 001
Ryan McCreery, PhD, Boys Town National Research Hospital
S&H Minifie Lecture: “Optimizing auditory experience for children who wear hearing aids”
[Abstract]
     
Friday 7 December 2018 3:30 PM CD 150
Karen Emmorey, PhD, San Diego State University
“The neurobiology of reading in deaf and hearing adults”
[Abstract]

2019 Winter Quarter
(first day of classes 7 January)

Friday 11 January 2019 3:30 PM EGL 001
Chantel Prat, PhD, University of Washington
“Neuropsychometric Assessment of ‘Language’ Learning Aptitude”
[Abstract]
 
Friday 18 January 2019 3:30 PM EGL 001
Richard A. Wright, PhD, University of Washington
“Relating individual auditory cue weighting to discrimination in older adults with hearing loss”
[Abstract]
 
Friday 8 March 2019 3:30 PM CD 150
Lisa Cunningham, PhD, CCC-A, National Institutes of Health/National Institute on Deafness & Other Communication Disorders
"Ototoxic Drug-Induced Hearing Loss: Basic and Clinical Studies"
[Abstract]
 
Friday 15 March 2019 3:30 PM EGL 001
Josh McDermott, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
"Computational Neuroimaging of Human Auditory Cortex"
[Abstract]

2019 Spring Quarter
(first day of classes 1 April)

Friday 5 April 2019 3:30 PM CD 150
David Perkel, PhD, University of Washington
 
Friday 19 April 2019 3:30 PM EGL 001
Monita Chatterjee, PhD, Boys Town National Research Hospital
 
Friday 3 May 2019 3:30 PM CD 150
Adrian KC Lee, PhD, University of Washington
 
Friday 10 May 2019 3:30 PM EGL 001
John Houde, PhD, University of California - San Francisco
 
Friday 17 May 2019 3:30 PM EGL 001
Sara Kover, PhD, CCC-SLP, University of Washington

VIRGINIA MERRILL BLOEDEL HEARING RESEARCH CENTER

University of Washington, Box 357923, CHDD Clinic Building, Room CD176; Seattle, WA 98195-7923. 206.685.2962, FAX 206.616.1828, bloedel@u.washington.edu