Central Auditory Physiology Laboratory

NEWS

In November 2020, Sandesh Mohan joined the lab. Welcome Sandesh!
In August 2020, George Ordiway and Kailyn McFarlane successfully defended their qualifying research projects for the Ph.D. degree and along with their completion of required coursework, they are now doctoral candidates.
In January 2020, George Ordiway received the ARO Travel Grant Award for ARO 2020 in San Jose, CA.
In July 2019, Momoko Takahashi successfully defended her qualifying research project for the Ph.D. degree and along with her completion of required coursework, she is now a doctoral candidate.
In July 2019, The Central Auditory Physiology Lab was awarded an NIH RO1 Grant from NIDCD.
Congratulations to Kailyn McFarlane for her admittance to Northwestern University’s Ph.D./Au.D. program.
Congratulations to Hui Hong for her successful PhD dissertation defense.
Congratulations to Michelle Manning for her admittance to Northwestern University’s Au.D. program.
Congratulations to Ari Cohen for her admittance to Northwestern University’s Ph.D./Au.D. program.
Congratulations to Ari Cohen for receiving an academic year undergraduate research grant (URG).
Congratulations to Ting Lu on having her baby! We are excited to welcome a new member to the lab!
Dr. Sanchez was awarded faculty honor roll for the second year in a row by the Associated Student Government at Northwestern University.
Mackenzie Phillips received a mentored student poster research award from the American Auditory Society to present at the March 2017 conference. 
Kanika Gupta was accepted to medical school for the entering class of Fall 2016.
Brooke Feinstein was selected to present during the afternoon poster session (2:30 – 4:00 p.m.) of the Undergraduate Research and Arts Exposition on Wednesday, June 1.
In April 2016, Hui Hong has successfully defended her qualifying research project for the Ph.D. degree and along with her completion of required coursework, she is now a doctoral candidate.
Kanika Gupta graduated in March 2016!
In February 2016, Dr. Jason Tait Sanchez was given a secondary appointment in the Department of Neurobiology. 
In September 2016, Hui Hong was awarded the ARO Student Travel Award to attend the 2016 ARO Conference in San Diego along with being selected to present her poster at the Poster Blitz Session.
In June 2015, The Central Auditory Physiology Lab was awarded an NIH RO3 Grant from NIDCD.
In May, 2015, Dr. Jason Tait Sanchez was awarded the Clarence Simon Award for Outstanding Teaching and Mentoring.
In May, 2015, Suzie LaBelle was awarded the Communication Sciences and Disorders Departmental Book Award.
Seema Ghelani committed to University of Illinois Medical School for the entering class of Fall 2015.
Suzie LaBelle committed to Rush University Medical College for the entering class of Fall 2015.
Lisia Rollman was awarded an Illinois Academy of Audiology (ILAA) Doctoral Scholarship for the 2014-15 year.
Seema Ghelani & Danielle Pierre graduated in June 2014!
Samantha Sophiea-Fairmont was accepted into a competitive yoga teacher training program for summer, 2014. By the end of this intensive program, she can teach everyone in the lab yoga!
In May 2014, Suzie LaBelle was awarded the Communication Sciences and Disorders Departmental Book Award.
In April 2014, Sebastain Otto-Meyer received an Undergraduate Research Grant (URG) that will fund his work in the lab.
In March 2014, Karla Quinones was awarded the James Jerger Award for Excellence in Student Research at the American Academy of Audiology’s annual conference, AudiologyNOW!
In March 2014, Hui Hong was awarded the Mentored Student Research Poster Award at the American Auditory Society Conference.
In March 2014, Michaela Ritz was selected to be a peer adviser to incoming freshman for the 2014-2015 school year.
In February 2014, Sedona Speedy was accepted to Feinberg School of Medicine through the Northwestern Premedical Scholars Program (NUPSP).  
In February 2014, Danielle Pierre was selected to be a campus delegate to the Qatar campus on an ambassador trip funded by the Qatar Foundation, which aims for cultural and educational exchange, as well as raising awareness of  NU-Q. After visiting the campus in March, between March and May Danielle assisted in the planning and organization of the NU-Q students’ visit to the Evanston campus.