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Building Rehabilitation Advances in Neuroscience (BRAIN) Lab

In the Building Rehabilitation Advances in Neuroscience (BRAIN) Lab we seek to improve quality of life and life participation for individuals with neurogenic communication disorders through a focus on neuroscience.  By harnessing our understanding of the brain, and how it changes in the face of injury or disease, we can develop assessments and behavioral therapies that are sensitive, effective, and efficient.  In the BRAIN lab, we utilize a variety of methods, from behavioral speech-language therapy and pen-and-paper tests to neuroimaging and brain stimulation, to achieve our goals.

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Neurodevelopmental Feeding and Swallowing Lab

The Neurodevelopmental Feeding and Swallowing Lab is involved in active data collection with typically developing feeding patterns and children with pediatric feeding disorder.  We analyze behaviors and feeding skills of typical and disordered infants and children using behavioral coding software in the effort to create a normative reference and standardized approach to quantify and identify children with pediatric feeding disorder. 

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