Redenlab selected for world-first international collaboration investigating neurofilament light chain and voice for diagnosing dementia
Repetition assessment for speech and language disorders: A study of the logopenic variant of primary progressive aphasia
2023 Digital Health Innovation in Clinical Trials, Drug Development and Mobile Healthcare: June 6 – 7, 2023
ParkinSong Online: protocol for a telehealth feasibility study of therapeutic group singing for people with Parkinson’s disease
Subtle differences in speech timing, vocal effort, and voice quality were found between cannabis and control groups. After controlling for lifetime alcohol and tobacco use, the cannabis group presented with longer and more variable pauses across tasks, and vocal effort was different compared to controls. Vocal effort and intensity also appeared to change in line with duration of abstinence from cannabis use – that is, they appeared get better the longer they stayed away from the drug. The differences observed between users and controls may reflect longer term changes to the underlying neural control of speech.
Redenlab working as industry partner supporting a successful Australian Research Council Training Centre for Optimal Ageing
Redenlab are part of a successful consortium securing funding for training a new cohort of early career researchers in understanding key issues in optimal ageing (including environmental, social and economic factors that underlie health and independence in ageing).
FOXP1-related disorder is characterized by a complex speech and language phenotype with prominent dysarthria, broader motor planning and programming deficits, and linguistic-based phonological errors. Diagnosis of the speech phenotype associated with FOXP1-related dysfunction will inform early targeted therapy.
Outcome measurement tools for communication, voice and speech intelligibility in the ICU and their clinimetric properties: A systematic review
In our new study, published in the Journal of Acoustical Society of America, we tested reliability, stability, and sensitivity to change in vowel measurements.