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Best Student Presentation Award
A generous endowment by TVF Board of Directors member Dr. Abdul-latif Hamdan enables us to recognize excellence among students presenting research at the Symposium with a $1,000 Award.
Attention: Symposium Presenters / Authors
The Voice Foundation Symposium will be awarding a Best Student Presentation Award. If you or your student is interested in applying, we would appreciate it if you could please send an letter of intent responding to the following questions (as appropriate), and send it to Ian DeNolfo at firstname.lastname@example.org by March 1 along with the abstract for your presentation. Please send this all in one PDF.
- Is your accepted paper/poster derived from a Doctoral Dissertation, Master’s Thesis, or academic independent study? Yes/No
- If yes, would you like this paper/poster to be considered for a “Best Student Paper/Poster Award”? Yes/No
- If yes, please provide a detailed description of your role (the student’s role) in the overall project, as well as a description of the role of any other collaborators (including his/her advisor).
Include the title of your project.
- Submit a copy of your final power-point presentation (for poster or oral presentation) by May 1st.
Abdul-latif Hamdan, MD
“It is evident that this symposium is an attractive educational platform for students from all over the world. One of the main constraints to attendance is money. I believe that offering a Best Student Award will encourage their attendance.”
Our thanks to Dr. Hamdan for his support and for the hard work of the Award Committee.
Committee Chair: Shaheen N. Awan
Committee members: David Eddins, Jeannette LoVetri, Lyndsay Madden, Deanna McBroom, Stephanie Misono
Best Student Presentation Award Winners
Clara Leyns, MSc
Short-term Acoustic Effects of Speech Therapy in Transgender Women
2020 Virtual Voice
Arash Mahnan, PhD Candidate – University of Minnesota
Vibro Tactile Simulation as a Feasible SymptomaticTreatment for the Voice Disorder Spasmodic Dysphonia.
Authors: Arash Mahnan MS, Sanaz Khosravani PhD, Peter J. Watson PhD, Yang Zhang PhD, George Goding MD, Juergen Konczak PhD
Alison Hilger Ph.D. Candidate in the Dept. of Communication Sciences & Disorders, Northwestern University
Increased Auditory Feedback Sensitivity Early in Phrasal Production
Authors: Alison Hilger, Charles Larson
Hamzeh Ghasemzadeh, Michigan State University PhD Student, USA
Method for Vertical Calibration of Laser-Projection Transnasal Fiberoptic High-Speed Videoendoscopy
Authors: Hamzeh Ghasemzadeh, Dimitar D. Deliyski, David S. Ford, James B. Kobler , Robert E. Hillman, Daryush D. Mehta
Matteo Scalabrin – Italy
Inspiratory Vocal Fry: Anatomical and Physiological Aspects and Application in Speech Therapy, Vocal Pedagogy and Singing: A Pilot Study
Authors: Matteo Scalabrin, SLP, Luca Carrozza, SLP, Elisabetta Rosa, SLP, Nico Paolo Paolillo, MD
Jeong Min Lee – USA
Comparison of Two Acoustic Indices of Dysphonia Severity: The AVQI and CSID
Authors: Jeong Min Lee, Nelson Roy
Marion Semmler – Germany
Dynamic 3D Parameters from High-Speed Videoendoscopy
Matthew Schloneger – USA
Assessments of Voice Use and Voice Quality Among College/University Singing Students Ages 18-24 Through Ambulatory Monitoring with an Unfiltered Accelerometer Signa