The Human Auditory Evoked Potential Laboratory studies the neural encoding of auditory information and its relationship with auditory perception in hearing-impaired patients who use hearing aids, cochlear implants or auditory brainstem implants. The team works with both adult and pediatric patients.
Our lab aims to bridge research and clinical practice by identifying biomarkers for diagnosis and treatment selection and developing evidence-based practice for hearing-impaired listeners. To achieve this goal, we conduct adult and pediatric research projects spanning multiple areas of interest with a short-term goal of better understanding underlying neurophysiological mechanisms of auditory-perception deficits in human listeners.
- Brittney Carter, AuD, PhD
- Jeffrey Skidmore, PhD
- Yi Yuan, PhD
Current clinical trials, research studies and support
Neural encoding and auditory perception in cochlear implant users
Neural encoding and auditory processing of electrical stimulation in pediatric cochlear implant users
Auditory neural function in implanted patients with Usher syndrome
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