Congrats to the VDL 2022 graduates! We are so excited for your next steps!
Lauren Colletti successfully defended her Master’s Thesis titled “Voice Onset Time in Children with and without Vocal Fold Nodules” Congratulations, Lauren!! We can’t wait to see what you do next!
Although we couldn’t make it to Motor Speech 2022 this year, our poster did! Check out the poster from Dr. Heller Murray, Andie Chao, and Olivia Quinn “The Relationship between Voice Onset Time and Vocal Onset fo in Children”
Congratulations to lab member Lauren Colletti who defended her MA thesis prospectus entitled “Voice Onset Time in Children With and Without Vocal Fold Nodules.” Lauren delivered an excellent presentation today and has now been approved to complete the remainder of her thesis project with Dr. Heller Murray. Congratulations, Lauren! We can’t wait to see the final defense later this semester.
Congratulations to Lab members Andie Chao, Olivia Quinn, and Dr. Heller Murray for their recent poster acceptance to the 2022 Conference on Motor Speech, “The Relationship between Vocal Onset Time and Vocal Onset fo in Children”
Check out the “Recent Publication” page for our new Journal of Voice paper “The relationships among vocal variability, vocal-articulatory coordination, and dysphonia in children”
June 21, 2021
Missed Dr. Heller Murray and Andie Chao’s poster at the 2021 Boston Speech Motor Control? Check out poster link below to see recent findings examining the relationships between dysphonia and vocal and articulatory variability (https://sites.temple.edu/vocaldevlab/files/2021/07/HellerMurray_Poster.pdf)
Dr. Heller Murray was recently awarded the Sataloff Award for Young Investigators at the Voice Foundation Symposium. This award was presented to Dr. Heller Murray to recognize her early career accomplishments in the area of voice. Congratulations, Dr. Heller Murray!