They presented a poster with findings from a study examining the effect singing in a choir had on the speech & voices of Parkinson’s patients.
The Department of Communication Disorders is is seeking applicants for the position of Speech-Language pathologist/Clinical Instructor. It is a full-time benefitted position. This position is designed to train/supervise students in clinical practicum and to provide direct clinical services to individuals with communication disorders in the on-campus Speech/Language Pathology (SLP) clinic.
The article examines her research using choral breathing and vocal warm-ups and singing with a Parkinson's support group.
The event will be held November 18, 2016 in the UMass Campus Center.
The event brings alumni, faculty, staff, students, and friends from all departments together to celebrate the SPHHS community.
Gabrielle Merchant and Peter Wasiuk, both third-year Doctor of Audiology candidates, will attend ASHA with Helfer.
Alexander Bodgan, Maegan Boutot, & Bryn Rothschild-Shea are among the winners.
He and colleagues are researching how people cope with asymmetric hearing loss, where there is more hearing loss in one ear than the other.
He will chair the panel that reviews grants submitted by researchers for projects examining auditory system function and disorders.
The study examines how changes to simulated cochlear implants influence the ability to understand speech and is seeking volunteers for a study.