Sneha V. Bharadwaj
Sneha is an associate professor at Texas Woman’s University, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders.
June is an associate professor at Texas Woman’s University, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders.
Michiko (Yoshida) Nakakita
Michiko is an associate professor at Nagoya University, Department of Japanese Studies.
Cecilia “Sishi” Pak
Sishi is a graduate of Capital Medical University in China, clinically trained in ENT. She is interested in the communication of cochlear implanted (CI) recipients, particularly in Mandarin-speaking adults. Her current research focuses on the emotional prosody perception and production in Mandarin-speaking individuals who received cochlear implantation to restore aspects of their hearing.
Patrick is a Callier Postdoctoral Fellow with a background in speech science, linguistics, and child language acquisition. His research focuses on the development of speech production in children with normal hearing and in prelingually deaf children who have received a cochlear implant.
Sujin is interested in cochlear implants (CIs), particularly the relation between speech rate, intelligibility, and working memory. She earned her Ph.D. in 2018 and is presently working in a bilingual English-Korean setting while collecting additional data on children with CIs.