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New AJSLP article: Application of motor learning principles to ambulatory voice biofeedback

January 31, 2017

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.

http://ajslp.pubs.asha.org/article.aspx?articleid=2599984

Integration of motor learning principles Into real-time ambulatory voice biofeedback and example implementation via a clinical case study with vocal fold nodules

 

Purpose Ambulatory voice biofeedback (AVB) has the potential to significantly improve voice...

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Experimental setup with neck-surface accelerometer, intraoral pressure sensor, and acoustic microphone

NIH NIDCD Early Career Research R21 grant awarded

January 6, 2017

The MGH Voice Center (PI: Mehta) has been awarded one of the first Early Career Research R21 grants (formerly R03 grants) from the NIH National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders. The three-year project: Non-invasive estimation of subglottal pressure during natural speech to improve clinical voice assessment.

 

Project Summary

Voice disorders affect approximately 30% of the adult population in the United States at some point...

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