Idaho Center for Health Research
April 21, 2017
Meridian and Pocatello Campuses
Poster presentations and case studies
Keynote Speaker: Manivong Ratts, PhD
Theme: Caring for a Multicultural World
Dan Hudock, Ph.D, CC-SLP was awarded $63,034, a CTR-IN Grant, University Nevada-Las Vegas. The study is entitled EEG time-course analysis of the sensorimotor mu rhythm during speech perception, The goal of the study is to identify contributing neural components in the EEG signal from the time-course of dorsal stream processing of stuttered and fluent speech in fluent speakers and people who stutter. ISU is a a member of the CTR-IN group. Dr. Hudock is an Assistant Professor in the department of Communication Sciences and Disorders in the Speech-Language Pathology program.