In the largest genome-wide association study on Type 2 diabetes, Cassandra Spracklen and team have located 1289 genetic markers associated with the disease.
Two teams of academic advisors will be giving presentations at the upcoming National Academic Advising Association’s region 1 conference being held in February.
Sofia Macias and Farheen Khan developed and delivered a presentation which aimed to increase awareness of the d/Deaf and Hard of Hearing community.
The Healthy Hearing Lab is seeking adults age 40 years and older for a hearing study of how aging affects speech understanding in noisy backgrounds.
Mary Andrianopoulos, professor of speech, language, and hearing sciences, has been named the Terrence Murray Commonwealth Honors College Professor.
Six SPHHS faculty members are among the 49 UMass Amherst faculty selected to the 2023-2024 cohort of ADVANCE Faculty Fellows.
Children Ages 3-17 Needed for National Study on Relationship Between Language and Cognition in Language Disorders
Four groups of children are being recruited by Jill Hoover for a study to better understand language and cognition in childhood language disorders.
Members of the Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences department attended a pair of community events aimed at introducing youth to careers in the field.
Soonkyu Chung, Ken Kleinman, and Jacquie Kurland are among the 32 UMass Amherst faculty members selected to the STRIDE Faculty Fellowship Program.
Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences faculty Sara Mamo and Lisa Sommers presented their research at the 6th World Parkinson Congress held in Barcelona, Spain.
This spring, the Departments of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences, Nutrition, and Kinesiology came together for a unique clinical training opportunity.