Thursday, November 28, 2013

Lab Director (aka JDRichSLP) honored with Young Investigator Award

From my department chair:
Dr. Jessica Richardson, one of our multi-talented faculty, was an invited speaker this past weekend at the NYC Neuromodulation Conference where she presented a paper entitled, “A blinding problem: Sham stimulation in tDCS” (she also presented 2 posters as well). The REALLY exciting and unexpected news is that at the end of the conference, it was announced that she was one of two individuals who received the NYC Neuromodulation Young Investigator Award! Kudos to her!”

Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Lab members receive travel awards

Congrats go out to our students, Sarah Grace Hudspeth and Sarah Campbell, for receiving Arnold School of Public Health Dean’s student travel award to support their travel to the American Speech-Language Hearing Association Annual Convention!

Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Publication Update - Article in NeuroImage

"Targeted transcranial direct current stimulation for rehabilitation after stroke"

Monday, April 1, 2013

Lab Member is a Presidential Fellowship Recipient

Our very own Sarah Grace Hudspeth will join a select group of scholars to receive the highest university-wide award given to students. This select group of Doctoral Fellows receive a yearly stipend (for 4 years) to supplement funding provided by the Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders and the Arnold School of Public Health. Great job Sarah Grace!

Friday, March 29, 2013

SCSHA 2013

“I couldn’t have asked for a better first experience presenting research. I was really encouraged by the positive inquiries from my classmates, teachers and future colleagues! I was also excited to be a part of a team that aimed to create a great resource for clinicians. It was a great experience that I am very proud of!” ~NW

“Presenting the first Neuroscience of Rehabilition Lab poster at SCSHA was a great experience. Not only was it the lab’s first official poster, but it was my first time presenting. I enjoyed talking with fellow researchers and professionals in the field of speech-pathology about the research we are doing in our lab. People were very interested and engaged in great conversation about our poster. They also shared their own clinical experiences with us, which was helpful in confirming that the research we are doing is very relevant for clinicans. It was a profitable time!” ~SC

Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Nerd Bowling

We had a great time at our most recent lab outing. We are not the best group of bowlers, but we seemed to be the happiest :-)
Yay for nerd bowling!