Granlibakken Conference Center, Lake Tahoe, CA (2020, August, 20)
Memorial University, St. John’s, NL (2020, May 29).
Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada (2020, May 1).https://www.ryerson.ca/recognition-awards/award-recipients/scholarly-research-creative-activity-awards-recipients/collaborative-src-award/
Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada (2020, March 16). The SMART Lab begins operating remotely due to COVID-19 restrictions.
SingWell Canada: Understanding group singing in older adults from a biopsychosocial perspective https://www.brams.org/en/event/6218/
Granlibakken Conference Center, Lake Tahoe, CA. (2019, July 17). Benefits of music-based training for supporting speech outcomes in CI users.
April 17, 2019 Joseph’s research focuses on listening effort, using a brain imaging method to measure the effort that seniors put into listening. Ultimately, his goal is to better assess the hearing loss of seniors. See the full story on Ryerson.ca. Congratulations to Joseph!
January 30, 2019 Emily’s poster won the student prize at Toronto Rehabilitation Institute’s Research Day. The title of her award-winning poster is “Longitudinal Evidence for Choir Training as an Intervention to Improve Older Adults’ Speech Perception in Noise”. Great work Emily!
Challenges and opportunities for enhancing the experience of music in hearing aid and cochlear implant users.
March 1, 2018 This year, two undergraduate students in our research lab were awarded the NSERC Undergraduate Student Research Award This was Joseph’s 2nd year in a row to win the NSERC USRA. (Joseph Rovetti pictured 4th from the left, Emily Wood pictured 5th from the left).