Welcome to the ANEx Lab at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign! Our research focuses on the development of the human auditory brain, over the course of both the individual and species lifetime. We study how experience with the acoustic environment, including acoustic communication (i.e., speech), shapes the auditory brain and affects our perceptual capabilities. One current focus is on premature infants–a vulnerable population whose premature birth and abnormal early auditory/sensory experience can put them at risk for cognitive deficits. Another focus is on extended high-frequency hearing loss–a common condition we each have or likely will experience as we age. To find out more, please visit our Research page.


Tuesday, September 24, 2019

The ANEx Lab welcomes four new members this fall! Ana Sabic and Paige Valente are both juniors in the Speech and Hearing Science program. We also welcome Raquel Rojas, who is in her second year of the Doctor of Audiology program and Lauren Vicencio, who is a freshman in the Interdisceplanary Health program. 


Wednesday, February 27, 2019

Congratulations to Anneliese Schulz for being accepted to present a poster at the upcoming Undergraduate Research Symposium at the University of Illinois. She will be presenting on the effect of musical training on cocktail party listening. Her poster presentation will take place Thursday, April 18th in Illini Room C from 1:30-2:45pm. She is excited to represent the Auditory Neuro Experience Lab as well as experience all the other exciting research here at the University of Illinois.
For more information: https://undergradresearch.illinois.edu/researchweek.html