Thank you to the speakers who contributed to Neural Bases of Speech Symposium 2023!
Recordings are now available at the following links:
On March 24th of this year, we will once again host a biennial symposium at UCSF called Neural Bases of Speech Production. This year, the symposium will take in a broad range of research into speech production, including psychophysics, modelling, and neural investigations. In a full-day symposium, a series of speakers will present their latest findings on the neural correlates of speaking, how sensory feedback interacts with it, and how the ability to speak develops and is maintained, and how it can break down in pathological conditions.
Date: March 24, 2023, 10am - 6:15pm Pacific Time
Location: Lecture Hall HSW301 - UCSF Parnassus Campus
513 Parnassus Avenue, San Francisco, California 94143
Organisers: Professor John Houde, Dept of OHNS
Professor Srikantan Nagarajan, Dept of Radiology
A Hybrid Symposium:
The symposium will have a hybrid format: it will be available as both an in-person meeting in HSW301 at UCSF and a virtual meeting via zoom. The majority of our speakers will be attending and presenting at symposium in-person, but we're also committed to having a fully hybrid conference, with remote speakers giving presentations to an audience that is both in-person here at UCSF as well as joining by zoom. We will also endeavor to have our speakers field questions from both the in-person as well as the remote audience.