2017 Boston Speech Motor Control Mini-Symposium
When: 1 – 6:30 pm, March 31, 2017
What: Invited talks and contributed posters on speech motor control
Where: 677 Beacon Street, basement conference room (note updated location!), Boston, MA 02215
Sponsored by: Boston University’s Center for Research in Sensory Communication and Emerging Neural Technology (CRESCENT)
Speakers and Agenda:
|12:00pm||Registration (677 Beacon Street, basement; Boston MA 02215)|
|1:00pm||Welcome and Introductions: Cara Stepp and Barbara Shinn-Cunningham, Boston University|
|1:10pm||Keynote Speaker: Julie Liss, Arizona State University, Cross-linguistic considerations in speech intelligibility and dysarthria|
|2:00pm||Invited Speaker: Jason Bohland, Boston University, The role of auditory feedback in serial speech|
|2:30pm||Invited Speaker: Jennell Vick, Case Western Reserve University and the Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center, Avatars for communication: Emergent technologies for speech remediation and sign language interpreting|
|3:10pm||Invited Speaker: Jenn Segawa, Boston University, Language phenotypes and white matter connectivity in Autism Spectrum Disorder|
|3:40pm||Invited Speaker: Soo-Eun Chang, University of Michigan and Michigan State University, Brain structural and functional connectivity differences in children who stutter|
|4:10pm||Invited Speaker: Jordan Green, MGH Institute of Health Professions, Assessment and management of bulbar motor involvement due to amyotrophic lateral sclerosis|
|4:40pm||Forum: open questions in motor control Q & A; moderated by Cara Stepp and Elizabeth Heller Murray|
|5:10pm||Cocktail hour and poster session|
This event is FREE, but for planning purposes please use this form to register by March 1, 2017.
Submit a poster:
Please submit your poster titles here by March 1, 2017. Poster boards (size TBA) and pushpins will be available on site. Questions about the poster session should be directed to Gabriel Cler (email@example.com).
Elizabeth Heller Murray
Content updated 3/1/2017. Please contact Cara Stepp (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions.