We are excited to announce that the lab was awarded a five year R01 grant entitled "The ecological significance of extended high-frequency hearing in humans" from the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders! To learn more, visit this link.
The lab was awarded a three year R21 Grant entitled "Auditory experience during the prenatal and perinatal period" from the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders! This grant will be extremely helpful as we continue to strive to improve brain development and outcomes for infants born premature.
Congratulations to Allison Trine for her new 2020 publication on extended high frequencies that improve speech-in-speech recognition. Her article has been published in the Trends in Hearing: SAGE Journals and helps researchers in understanding the benefits of extended high frequency hearing. This study provides implications to support extending the bandwidth of hearing aids and other devices!
Congratulations to Anneliese Schulz and Frazier for being accepted to present posters at the upcoming Acoustical Society Meeting in Louisville (https://acousticalsociety.org/asa-meetings/)! Anneliese will present on the effect of musical training on cocktail party listening and Frazier will present on the ability to detect talker head orientation.
Dr. Brian Monson will be presenting at the Association for Research in Otolaryngology's Midwinter Meeting on February 9-13, 2019 in Baltimore, Maryland.
For more information: https://www.aro.org/page/MeetingInformation
Dr. Brian Monson will be giving two talks at the Acoustical Society of America Meeting held in Victoria, Canada. For more information about this meeting: https://acousticalsociety.org/asa-meetings/
The Auditory Neuro Experience Lab was recently granted the CHAD Pilot Grant. We will use this grant to continue our research evaluating the perinatal auditory experience for preterm and full-term newborns in collaboration with Carle Hospital.
Have you ever wondered what your baby is hearing? We are currently looking for pregnant women less than 32 weeks pregnant to participate in a paid research study to better understand the auditory environment of your baby! Please message us on Facebook or email us at email@example.com if you live in the Champaign area and you're interested in participating!
Check us out on our new Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/AuditoryNeuro/
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