SLHS Students Win 6 Awards at PHHP Research Day!
SLHS students accumulated three Collaboration awards and three Research awards during PHHP Research Day on April 18. The students winning $500 Travel grants included:
- Sarah Funderburke for “Effect of singing treatment on voice and swallow in Parkinson’s disease,”, mentor Dr. Judy Wingate
- Audrey Hazamy for “Dual task dissociations in cognitive performance in Parkinson’s disease,” mentor Dr. Lori Altmann
- Kari Morganstein for “Speech-auditory brainstem responses from children in quiet and noise,” mentor Dr. Colleen LePrell
The students winning Collaboration Awards were all working with Dr. Michael Crary and Dr. Giselle Carnaby. They included Aarthi Madhavan for “Immediate Effects of NMES Motor Stimulation
on UES Relaxation Duration in Healthy Young vs. Older Participants,” Isaac Sia for “Multivariate Modeling of UES Relaxation by Lingua-Palatal and Pharyngeal Pressure Parameters,” and Livia Sura for “Spontaneous Swallow Frequency to Identify Dysphagia in Acute Stroke.”
Overall, students from SLHS submitted 16 posters, more posters than any other department in the college! Congratulations to all for representing our department so well!