Julie E. Miller, PhD is an assistant professor with a joint appointment in the Departments of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences and the Graduate and Interdisciplinary Program - Neuroscience. She received her bachelor’s degree in biology and history from Wellesley College and holds a doctorate in Neuroscience from the University of Arizona. For more information, please visit Dr. Miller's profile and lab website.
- Describe human vocal signs associated with natural aging and neurodegenerative disease states.
- Understand methodological approaches used to compare and contrast vocalizations in humans and the zebra finch songbird model.
- Identify how the songbird model can be utilized to reveal underlying molecular and cellular mechanisms involved in neurally-driven vocal disorders.
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