Masters Students

AndreaPic Andrea Chang
Masters Student
Speech-Language Pathology
Thesis project: Effects of early language experience on the auditory brainstem
Office Phone: 617.358.0790
Andrea received her B.S. in Nutrition from the University of Alberta. She has previously conducted research using diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) to examine changes in white matter integrity following intensive voice treatment in children with cerebral palsy and motor speech disorders. She has also conducted research at the Institute for Reconstructive Sciences in Medicine with Head-Neck cancer patients. Her current research interests include language acquisition difficulties and therapy techniques for individuals with multilingual backgrounds.
Alexrandra-Kapadia_150px Alexandra Kapadia
MS-SLP / PhD Student
Speech-Language Pathology and Speech, Language, & Hearing Sciences
Office Phone: 617.358.0790
Alex received her B.A. in Linguistics with a minor in Physics from the University of Chicago. Her research interests focus on the brain bases of speech production and perception in typical and atypical populations. She is particularly interested in phonological representations at the acoustic, linguistic, and cognitive levels. Outside of the lab, Alex enjoys swimming, reading, photography, and going on adventures.