François-Xavier Brajot, PhD, CCC-SLP, is Assistant Professor in Communication Sciences and Disorders at Ohio University.
Dr. Brajot’s research focuses on the neurobiology of speech sensorimotor integration in adults, including effects of aging and disease processes. He conducts research on auditory and tactile feedback perturbations, their effect on speech acoustics, psychoacoustics and evoked-response potentials, and the potential for translating these controlled effects to a clinical setting. This is a research area at the intersection of biophysics, signal processing and motor learning, requiring a synthesis of knowledge in neurophysiology, speech science, audio engineering and behavior modification.
Jieun Lee, MS. PhD candidate. Daebak.
Mechelle DeNoble, BA. MA-SLP candidate. Lab assistant extra-ordinaire.
Carter Hickman, BS candidate. Computer engineering. Electrophysiology research assistant.
Samantha Davis. BA-CSD candidate. Honors Tutorial College. Ohio Women’s Ensemble. Electrician. Cellist. Renaissance woman.
Other contributors to the lab and this website: Kayley Bevard. Hyeju Han. Mohammad Haghighi.