Thank you to everyone who attended this year's M. D. Steer Distinguished Lecture Series in SLHS this afternoon with guest lecturer Dr. Barbara Shinn-Cunningham. We had a great turnout and thoroughly enjoyed her talk "Why does hearing loss sabotage communication in lively social settings?" Thank you Dr. Shinn-Cunningham for a wonderful lecture this year!
Sarthak Mangla (undergraduate student, CS) will present "IndivHear: an Individualized Adaptive Deep Learning-based Hearing Aid" at our next Seminars in Hearing Research at Purdue (SHRP) on November 3rd at 1030-1120 in LYLE 1150.
Purdue's Department of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences (SLHS) is looking for our next hearing-science colleague to join our outstanding group of students, faculty, and staff - come join this exciting group!!!
We are pleased to welcome Brittany N. Jaekel, PhD (Research Scientist – Starkey), who will present "Exploring methodologies for studying listening effort in listeners with or without hearing loss" at our next Seminars in Hearing Research at Purdue (SHRP) on September 29th at 1030-1120 in LYLE 1150.
Samantha Hauser, AuD (PhD student, SLHS) will present "Biomarkers of cochlear pathology beyond outer hair cell dysfunction" at our next Seminars in Hearing Research at Purdue (SHRP) on September 22nd at 1030-1120 in LYLE 1150.
Congratulations to former TPAN T32 fellow Ravinderjit (Rav) Singh for successfully defending his PhD dissertation, entitled "Auditory tracking and scene analysis - perceptual timescales and neural correlates." Rav will be returning to IU School of Medicine in April to start his 3rd year there on his way to becoming a clinical scientist.