SHBT Midwinter Research Forum 2020

January 20, 2020

SHBT Midwinter Research Forum 2020

Joseph Martin Conference Center, Harvard Medical School
February 8, 2020, 3 - 8:30 pm


This year’s annual event features a Keynote Lecture by Dr. Sharon Kujawa, Massachusetts Eye & Ear Department of Otolaryngology, Harvard Medical School, "Cochlear Synaptopathy: Interrupting Communication from Ear to Brain"


In addition, a poster session will be presented by SHBT Students that will include students’ research, including:


Meenakshi Ashokan Hearing the bigger picture: A transformation along the auditory neural axis


Nicole Black Biomimetic, 3D-Printed Tympanic Membrane Grafts


Adrian Cho Spectro-temporal weighting of interaural time differences in speech


Jeanne Gallée Quantifying the Differentiated Trajectory of the Wernicke’s-like Presentation of Logopenic Variant Primary Progressive Aphasia (lvPPA)


Wendy Georgan Speech/Language Impairment or Specific Learning Disability? Explaining the Shift in Educational Labels


Hannah Goldberg AAV mediated gene therapy restores auditory sensitivity in mice models of autosomal recessive non syndromic deafness DFNB31 and Usher syndrome type IID


Sarah Gutz Early Identification of Speech Changes Due to Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Using Machine Classification


Stephanie Haro Deep Neural Network Model of Speech Intelligibility for a Digit in Noise Task


Jan Iyer Synchrotron radiation phase contrast imaging of the human cochlea


John Lee Hearing and Synapse Restoration in Tmc Mutant Mice using Gene Therapy


Christine Junhui Liu Long-Range Projecting Inhibitory Neurons in Primary Auditory Cortex


Malinda McPherson Perceptual fusion of musical notes by native Amazonians suggests universal representations of musical intervals


Blaise Robert The cholinergic basal forebrain links auditory stimuli with delayed reinforcement to support learning.


Tanya Talkar Control Modeling Toward Understanding Articulatory Disfluency in Autism Spectrum Disorder


Wei-Hsi (Ariel) Yeh In vivo base editing of post-mitotic sensory cells

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