Central Sensory Processes Lab: In the News

Dr. Campbell received the Texas Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation's President's Research Award for a preliminary study entitled, The clinical utility of a novel electronic tattoo sensor in recording cervical vestibular evoked myogenic potentials.

Ali LaBrec's research poster, Visual cross-modal distractibility in high-frequency tinnitus, was nominated for the American Academy of Audiology Foundation’s James and Susan Jerger Awards for Excellence in Student Research at the 2019 American Academy of Audiology conference in Columbus, Ohio.

Congratulations to Mash Nielsen in being selected as a 2018-2019 recipient of the Roderick P. Hart Student Achievement Award!

The Hart awards recognize students who have put their communication education to work in practical ways; they support doing.  They support practical imagination, great execution, task completion. The study of communication is a study of the products and processes that change the world.  The Hart Awards are designed to honor—and encourage—this kind of tangible accomplishment.

Read the latest findings by the CSP Lab on central auditory function in mild tinnitus:



Lab members Connor Bean and Ali LaBrec won first and third place for student research posters at the 2018 Texas Academy of Audiology meeting!  Connor's poster was titled Tinnitus and normal hearing: A proposed clinical battery, and Ali's poster was titled 'Visual cross-modal
distractibility in high-frequency tinnitus
.  Mash Nielsen and Sheri Potter presented the posters and accepted the awards on Connor and Ali's behalf.

Read Dr. Campbell's interview with the Hearing Health Foundation: https://view.publitas.com/p222-4764/hearing-health-winter-2017-issue/pag...

Dr. Campbell on the Les Paul Foundation's support of research: http://www.m2mpr.com/joomla/news/current-releases/467-les-paul-foundatio...