Dr. Kenneth Altshuler, who died Jan. 6 at the age of 91, and his wife, Ruth, provided the inspiration and initial gift to start the Callier Care Fund, which is used to assist patients who experience financial barriers to accessing needed speech and hearing services.
Dr. Lisa Goffman, the Nelle C. Johnston Chair in Communication Disorders in Children, is pursuing answers that could lead to earlier diagnosis and enhanced treatment of developmental language disorder, which affects approximately 7% of 5-year-old children.
Waterproof smartphone cases can make it more difficult for people with hearing loss to hear phone conversations, according to Dr. Linda Thibodeau and Sarah Fray AuD’19.
It is with great sadness to share that our beloved Dr. Ken Altshuler passed away on January 6 at the age of 91.
Dr. Issa Panahi and his team have created smartphone-based apps, including a recent one that uses artificial intelligence, to remove background noise and improve speech perception.
Researchers at the Callier Center and Center for Children and Families have joined with colleagues from across the country to investigate how father-child interactions influence language development and literacy achievement in low-income ethnic-minority communities.
Dr. Steven Small, dean of the School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences, welcomed a group of new tenured and tenure-track faculty members and implemented a reorganized departmental structure designed to align the school with elite institutions across the country.
Angela Shoup BS’89, MS’92, PhD’94 has been selected as the new executive director of the Callier Center.
Dr. Thomas Campbell will retire at the end of August, leaving behind a 14-year success story of improved patient care, nationally ranked student education and a vigorous research enterprise.
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