We are looking to fill TWO research positions for NSF and NIH-funded work, ideally at the postdoctoral level.
Jenna Krakauer & Sophie Johnson awarded Hilldale Research Fellowships
SMNG undergraduate research assistants, Jenna Krakauer & Sophie Johnson, have both been selected to receive a Hilldale Undergraduate/Faculty Research Fellowship for 2021.
SMNG lab members present at UW-Madison’s Undergraduate Research Symposium
Undergraduate research assistants Taijing Chen, Jenna Krakauer, and Emma Baumgardt, are presenting their research projects at the UW-Madison Undergraduate Research Symposium on April 8 & 9th, 2021. Modelling sensorimotor adaptation in speech through alterations to …
Sarah Bakst & Carrie Niziolek’s latest publication available on JASA
“Effects of syllable stress in adaptation to altered auditory feedback in vowels” (Bakst & Niziolek, 2021)
SMNG researchers present at SfN
Drs. Niziolek, Parrell, and Bakst presented new research findings at Society for Neuroscience 2019.
Sarah Bakst Receives Fellowship from the National Institues of Health
BLAB Lab’s postdoctoral researcher, Sarah Bakst, receives the F32 individual fellowship from the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
BLAB second-language learner research on Waisman Slide of the Week
Sarah Bakst and Carrie Niziolek’s research titled “Within-syllable dynamics of vowel acoustics” is featured on Waisman Center’s slide of the week.
Taijing Chen presents poster at UW-Madison’s Undergrad Research Symposium
SMAC lab member, Taijing Chen, presents a poster on the topic of auditory feedback at UW-Madison’s Undergraduate Research Symposium.
Sarah Bakst speaks at UW-Milwaukee Linguistics Department colloquium
BLAB postdoc, Sarah Bakst, speaks about speech target practice in second language learners at UW-Milwaukee.
Carrie Niziolek gives a talk about how language is made audible at Northwestern University
Carrie Niziolek speaks at Northwestern University for the Cognitive Science program.