Dr. Rosemary Martino is now accepting applications for PhD and Post-Doctoral Fellows
Speech Production Lab
Dr. Yana Yunusova is currently accepting applicants for 2 PhD positions in her lab to study bulbar dysfunction in ALS and to develop novel assessments using innovative computer vision techniques.
The Paediatric Language, Learning, and Speech (PedLLS) Outcomes Lab at the University of Toronto (UofT) is looking for PhD students to start in September 2023!
The Pediatric Language, Learning, and Speech (PedLLS) Lab interests focus on speech-language development for monolingual and multilingual preschoolers. Specifically, our research seeks to characterize language learning and use in typical and disordered contexts with a particular interest in understanding how children’s contextual factors (i.e., Environmental and Personal, as defined by the World Health Organization’s International Classification of Functioning, Disability, and Health framework) are related to their outcomes. Along with colleagues in communication disorders, linguistics, education, physics, and engineering, the PedLLS Lab applies different methodologies (e.g., acoustic duration, fMRI) to document learning and impairment in different linguistic contexts. To characterize child language development and disorder the Lab applies intervention designs as part of a Randomized Controlled Trial as well as cross-sectional and longitudinal designs. In some current efforts, we focus on multilingualism to document Jamaican Creole and English-speaking preschoolers’ speech and language use, including functional communication and token-to-token variability. Our current focus on monolingualism documents language use in English-speaking preschoolers with and without developmental language disorder.
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