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September 27, 2021

Seminars in Hearing Research (9/30/21) - Jeff Lucas

Jeffrey Lucas (Professor, BIOL) will present "Resources that are relevant in the entire hierarchy of life? Information is one… " at our next Seminars in Hearing Research at Purdue (SHRP) on September 30th at 1030-1120 in LYLE 1150.
September 20, 2021

Seminars in Hearing Research (9/23/21) - Rav Singh

Ravinderjit Singh (PhD candidate, BME/MSTP) will present "A system-identification approach to characterize cortical temporal coding" at our next Seminars in Hearing Research at Purdue (SHRP) on September 23rd at 1030-1120 in LYLE 1150.
September 13, 2021

Seminars in Hearing Research (9/16/21) - Will Salloom

Will Salloom (PhD candidate, PULSe - SLHS) will present "The effect of broadband elicitor duration on transient-evoked otoacoustic emissions and a behavioral measure of gain reduction" at our next Seminars in Hearing Research at Purdue (SHRP) on September 16th at 1030-1120 in LYLE 1150.
September 5, 2021

Seminars in Hearing Research (9/9/21) - Jonatan Marcher-Rorsted

Jonatan Märcher-Rørsted (PhD candidate, Technical University of Denmark (DTU)) will present "Age-related reduction in frequency-following responses as a potential marker of cochlear neural degeneration" at our next Seminars in Hearing Research at Purdue (SHRP) on September 9th at 1030-1120 in LYLE 1150.
September 1, 2021

Seminars in Hearing Research (9/2/21) - Agudemu Borjigin

Agudemu Borjigin (PhD candidate, Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering) will present "Deep Neural Networks for Speech Enhancement in Cochlear Implants" at our next Seminars in Hearing Research at Purdue (SHRP) on September 2nd at 1030-1120 in LYLE 1150.
March 25, 2021

RCR Discussion on Rigor and Reproducibility - Mar 25 2021

More than 50 faculty, research staff, and students from SLHS and other departments across campus gathered on zoom for an invigorating RCR Discussion on Rigor and Reproducibility: Power analyses, open science/pre-registration, etc.
August 31, 2020

Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementias- Risk Factors: TBI

The ADRD Workshop Series is designed to identify major challenges in AD and other dementias that would best be addressed by an interdisciplinary approach and to create teams of Purdue faculty members equipped to solve these problems.
January 10, 2020

New Student Group - Auditory Neuroscience Association at Purdue (ANAP)

The purpose of ANAP is to bring students, staff, and faculty interested in Auditory Neuroscience together to provide an environment for members to assist each other with their own unique expertise and help foster potential collaborations. ANAP aims to enrich the professional development and technical training of its members.
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