SLAM lab's mission is to provide valuable and interesting findings about speech, language, and music (SLAM) to the scientific and public community.
Dr. Yune S. Lee, Ph.D. in Cognitive Neuroscience, is the Director of SLAM Lab and an Assistant Professor in the Department of Speech and Hearing Science & Center for Brain Injury at the Ohio State University. His research interests include:
Matt graduated from The Ohio State University in 2017 with a degree in Neuroscience and a minor in Physics. He is analyzing the neural correlates of grammar and rhythm in a series of behavioral and fMRI studies. He also played the Sousaphone in The Ohio State University Marching Band from 2014 to 2017. In his free time, Matt fences epee and plays the guitar.
Geoff Green is a recent graduate of The Ohio State University, Spring ’17, with a degree in Neuroscience and minor in Engineering Sciences. During his gap year, Geoff will be leading the fNIR, functional near infrared, study on students in the Columbus public school system dealing with speech/language deficiencies by way of implementing music intervention lessons focused on metronomic skills to enhance the brain regions where music and language processing overlap. Brain activity will be recorded before, during, and after music interventions and analyzed using certain NIRx packages in Matlab to reveal progress. Hobbies include playing football/basketball for local leagues, biking through Columbus/Gahanna, and playing tenor saxophone/creating tracks to provide music for Crossroads Ministries production company and DNG inc drama ministries.
B.A. in Psychology, Ohio State University.
Masters in Computer Science Program, Columbia University. Pursuing Phd.