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Lori Leibold directs the Center for . .
. An opportunity exists for graduate
Hearing Research at the Boys Town Na- Students and earl Ca reef
J. tional Research Hospital, Omaha, NE. A . h y b f
1 She received her BSc in biology from acoustlclans W 0 an? mem ers
' McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, ASA “.3 Sew? the S°c'eFy arld 93'"
Canada, her MSc in audiology from the expenence m the pubhcatlon 0f 3
University of Western Ontario, Lon- m3J°’ 5C|ent'fiC ma9aZ'ne-
don, ON, Canada, and her PhD in hearing science from the Acoustics Today interns can
University of Washington, Seattle. Her research focuses on contribute in a number ofdifferent ‘
auditory development, with a particular interest in under- ways, including writing articles for
standing how infants and children learn to hear and process the magazine or website’ working I
target sounds such as speech in the presence of competing with Soda] media to feature AT
b“‘k3'°““d 5°““d“ articles, and many other creative
ways. Prospective interns should
contact Dr. Popper to explore ideas. —
apopper@u md.edu i
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