VoiceTx is a flexible mobile application for the documentation of voice therapy that is now available in the Google Play Store. The app is free and compatible for download on all Android platforms.
Try it out and tell us what you think at email@example.com!
Congratulations to Dr. Megan MacPherson, Defne Abur, Adrianna Shembel and Dr. Cara Stepp for receiving the second place award for Best Poster at the 46th Annual Voice Foundation Symposium! Their poster was entitled “Autonomic and Acoustic Measures during Speech as a Function of Cognitive Load in Healthy Older Adults“.
Congratulations to Tyler Baxter who will be starting graduate school at University of New Hampshire’s Clinical Nurse Leader program! We will miss you!
Many congratulations to all of our graduates who received their degrees yesterday! We will miss our clinical recruitment assistants Molly Balseiro, Julia Donovan, and Vaishalie Ramsumair who received the B.S. in Speech, Language, and Hearing sciences and our research assistants Ashling Lupiani (received the B.A. in Neuroscience) and Kate Girouard (received the B.S. in biomedical engineering).
Dr. Stepp was recently profiled in the ASHA Leader on our lab’s work on the objective assessment of laryngeal function to improve treatment strategies for hyperfunctional voice disorders. The full text is here.
Congratulations to our Senior Project Design Team, consisting of Biomedical engineering students Kate Girouard and Victoria Frick and Mechanical engineering student Evi Shiakolas, on completing their project! In collaboration with the Stepp Lab and Dr. Susan Fager at Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital, the team designed an open-source switch to enable communication for severely paralyzed users who currently have no way to access an augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) device! More
Stepp lab members presented posters at the Boston Speech Motor Control Mini-Symposium. This event was sponsored by Boston University’s Center for Research in Sensory Communication and Emerging Neural Technology (CRESCENT) and included invited talks and a poster session on speech motor control.
|Congratulations to Nadia Oleinik, Jake Noordzij, and Nicole Enos for receiving Summer 2017 UROP awards!|
|Congratulations to PhD Candidate Jennifer Vojtech who was selected for the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP). The GRFP recognizes outstanding graduate students in NSF-supported STEM disciplines!|