As you may have read, I am a huge proponent of the PhD in communication disorders as a direction for students with an interest in linguistics and cognitive science. I am currently looking to take on doctoral students to support the lab’s expanding research portfolio. Active projects include:
- Identifying individual predictors of response to ultrasound biofeedback intervention for residual speech errors (supported by NIH R01DC013668)
- Understanding perception-production relations in children with typical and disordered speech
- Using app-based intervention to increase the scale of visual-acoustic biofeedback research (supported by an ASHFoundation Clinical Research Grant)
Applications should be submitted through the Department of Communicative Sciences and Disorders; the deadline is January 6, 2017. Students with a background in linguistics, psychology, or CSD/speech and hearing sciences are all encouraged to apply.
Feel free to reach out with any questions!