Our faculty and students in Hearing and Speech Sciences are highly involved in research, collaborations, and initiatives, both within our department and across departments at UMD. See below to explore the wide variety of interdisciplinary research that is being conducted through and with the HESP department:

 

LeFrak Hall

 

Eye Tracking

 

Center for Evolutionary Biology of Hearing

 

Brain Scans

 

Neurons

 

Infants and Toddlers Lab

 

fMRI Machine

 

Cochlear Implant

 

UMD HESP Collaborations

 

Children's National Medical Center Logo

 

Walter Reed Medical Center

 

NIH Logo

 

Logo for Consortium of Universities in the Washington Area

HESP Labs

Hearing and Speech Sciences Lab Name Primary Researcher
Aphasia Research Center   Aphasia Research Center Facebook Link   Dr. Yasmeen Faroqi Shah
Auditory Perception and Modeling Laboratory Dr. Matthew Goupell
Dr. Rochelle Newman
Canine Language Perception Lab  Dr. Rochelle Newman
Hearing Science Lab Dr. Sandra Gordon-Salant

Cognitive Control and Language Processing Lab

(email jnovick1 [at] umd.edu (subject: Lab%20Inquiry)  for details)

Dr. Jared Novick

Hearing Brain Lab

Dr. Samira Anderson
Language and Cognition Laboratory Dr. Yi Ting Huang
Language Development & Perception Laboratories Dr. Rochelle Newman

Learning to Talk Lab

Dr. Jan Edwards

Little Listeners Lab 

Dr. Jan Edwards

Ratner Lab

(email nratner [at] umd.edu for details)

Dr. Nan Bernstein Ratner

 

University-wide Collaborations

Collaboration Name Associated HESP Researchers

Neuroscience and Cognitive Science (NACS)

Brain and Behavior Initiative (BBI)

Center for Comparative and Evolutionary Biology of Hearing (CCEBH)

Center For Advanced Study of Language (CASL)  CASL Facebook Link
Infant and Child Studies Consortium  Infant Studies Consortium Facebook Link
Maryland Neuroimaging Center  Maryland Neuroimaging Center Facebook Link  Maryland Neuroimaging Center FourSquare Link
Maryland Language Science Center
Project on Avoidance Reduction Therapy
University of Maryland Autism Research Consortium Aphasia Research Center Facebook Link

 

Collaborations Beyond Campus

 

Consortium of Universities of the Washington Metropolitan Area

The University of Maryland is part of the Consortium of Universities of the Metropolitan Washington Area, which allows eligible undergraduate and graduate students to enroll in classes at other participating area universities and have the credit count towards their degrees.

The consortium includes:

Information on eligibility and procedures are available on Testudo.

Course exclusions (Testudo)

 

See HESP Initiatives

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11/13/2018 - 1:06 pm