Located next door to UT Southwestern, the Center for BrainHealth and the adjacent Brain Performance Institute host two 3-Tesla MRI scanners.
SLAM Lab moved 897.95 miles from the Ohio State University to the University of Texas Dallas. August 21st marks our first visit to the new lab space.
Matthew Moritz presented a poster "Human Perception of Rhythm Similarity: A Multidimensional Scaling Evaluation" the SMPC Conference in New York City
Mattew Heard presented a new MRI acquisition protocol at HBM in Italy
Our own extraordinary SLAMER, Kathy Guo is featured at OSU main page.
Matthew Moritz has received a summer research fellowship award in support of his work.
Dr. Lee and lab members presented their work on DDR/TheraBeat from 5-7pm at the Fawcett Center.
Dr. Lee spoke at the Music and Science Colloquium and Teaching Series (MASCATS).
SLAM Lab hosted Drum-Dance Rehabilitation therapy sessions starting Monday at Martha Morehouse.
Dr. Lee gave a talk at the 2018 NGP Annual Retreat.
Lab members Mattew Heard, Kevie Bovaird, and Matthew Moritz presented their research at the CCBS Member Fall Retreat.
Dr. Lee and Matthew Heard gave a lightning talk at the MBI-CBI Minisymposium on "Shared Neural Network Between Music and Language".
Dr. Lee gave a talk at the Humanities and Cognitive Sciences High School Summer Institute.
Matt Heard and Dr. Lee gave a talk at the International Conference of Music Perception and Cognition.
Dr. Yune S. Lee presented the Ohio State Lightning Talks at the Brain Health and Performance Summit from 1-1:50 pm.
Kate Corbeil presented her study: "'Tapping' into the etiology of pediatric communication disorders: Spontaneous rhythm tapping predicts auditory working memory" at the 72nd Annual OSLHA Convention.
Yune Lee presented his work on traumatic brain injury at the Brain Injury Association of Ohio’s 2018 TBI Summit, sponsored by CBI.
SLAM Lab recieved a $380k grant from Shimadzu Scientific Instruments, Inc. to fund for a purchase towards a LabNIRS system.
Sanghoon Ahn presented his research, "Rhythm sensitivity assists in overcoming acoustic and syntactic challenges during speech listening", in Baltimore, MD.
Aeisha and Yune gave a public seminar titled "The Brain Music and Well-Bing: The BMW theory" at the Arlington Court Nursing Home.
Chronic Brain Injury sponsored the “Arts & Rehabilitation” panel on April 28, 2017 at the 2017 Global Brain Health & Performance Summit, where Dr. Yune S. Lee participated as a panalist.
Dr. Yune S. Lee ( Assistant Professor, Ohio State Univ.) spoke about “Neural compensation supporting successful communication in normal aging”.
SLAM Lab and the OSU Center for Brain Injury received an equipment grant from Shimadzu Scientific Instruments, Inc. towards the purchase of a LightNIRS system.
The app development team for Therabeat demonstrated their project at the 2017 ShowOHIO.
Sanghoon has received a summer research fellowship in support of his work.