Clinical Research

The Roxelyn and Richard Pepper Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders is committed to advancing translational research in which there is collaboration between basic science researchers, clinical researchers and clinicians. With state-of-the-art research labs and exceptional clinical faculty members we are in a unique position to answer a variety of scientific and clinical questions across this translational continuum from bench to bedside to practice. For more information about starting a new clinical research project or collaboration, please see the Clinical Research Committee (CRC) guidelines [pdf], and submit the CRC survey as appropriate.

Clinical Faculty by Area of Expertise

Research Labs

Lab Principal Investigator
Aphasia and Neurolinguistics Research Laboratory Cynthia K. Thompson
Auditory Neuroscience Laboratory Nina Kraus
Auditory Physiology Laboratory Mary Ann Cheatham
Auditory Research Laboratory Sumitrajit Dhar
Bilingualism and Psycholinguistics Research Group Viorica Marian
Central Auditory Physiology Laboratory Jason Sanchez
Child Language Lab Adriana Weisleder
Child Studies Group  
Communication Neural Systems Research Group  
Early Intervention Research Project Megan Roberts
Hearing Aid Laboratory Pamela Souza
Hearing Biology Laboratory Mario Ruggero
Hearing and Language Laboratory Tina Grieco-Calub
In-Vitro Physiology Laboratory Jonathan H. Siegel
Language and Communication in Aging and Neurodegeneration Research Group Angela Roberts
Language, Education, and Reading Neuroscience Lab Elizabeth Norton
Neurodevelopmental Disabilities Laboratory Molly Losh
Otoacoustic Emission Laboratory Jonathan H. Siegel
Psychoacoustics Laboratory Beverly A. Wright
Speech Physiology Laboratory Charles Larson
Swallowing Cross-Systems Collaborative Bonnie Martin-Harris