Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Speech, Language & Hearing Sciences
Dr. Bharadwaj received a BTech in Electrical Engineering from IIT, Madras; MS degrees in Electrical Engineering and Biomedical Engineering from the University of Michigan; and a PhD in BME from Boston University.
His post-doctoral work at the Martinos Center at Massachusetts General Hospital used neuroimaging techniques to study the cortical processing of complex sounds in school-aged children, including those with autism spectrum disorders, for which he received the Emerging Research Grant from the Hearing Health Foundation in 2015. Dr. Bharadwaj is a member of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology and the Acoustical Society of America.
At Purdue, his lab integrates behavioral experiments, computational modeling, and an array of non-invasive physiological measurement tools to investigate the neural mechanisms underlying auditory perception in humans.