Daryush's tutorial on "Real-world ambulatory monitoring of vocal behavior" was selected as one of nine tutorials that will be held at the upcoming Interspeech conference in Stockholm. See you there!
Abstract Many of us often take verbal communication for granted. Individuals suffering from voice disorders experience significant communication disabilities with far-reaching social, professional, and personal consequences. This tutorial provides an overview of long-term
We are very excited to receive a P50 grant from the NIH National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders to create a Clinical Research Center for the Improved Prevention, Diagnosis, and Treatment of Vocal Hyperfunction (PD/PI: Hillman, PIs: Mehta, Stepp, Zanartu).
Vocal hyperfunction (VH) is associated with the most frequently occurring types of voice disorders. These include benign vocal folds lesions (e.g., nodules and polyps
Open House at the Mass. General Hospital Voice Center Tuesday, June 27, 6:30 p.m.–8:00 p.m.
The Center for Laryngeal Surgery and Voice Rehabilitation at the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH Voice Center) brings together an interdisciplinary group of clinicians and scientists to integrate state-of-the-art
Read about our newly published work using ambulatory voice monitoring that takes advantage of real-time signal processing on a smartphone to provide vibrotactile and visual feedback through a connected smartwatch.