The research focus of the Simonyan Laboratory is two-fold: identification of the central mechanisms responsible for speech production and elucidation of the pathophysiology of neurological voice and speech disorders.
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Harvard’s diverse neuroscience community — hundreds of basic researchers and physician-scientists, are engaged in the process of discovery across campuses and disciplines in Cambridge and the Greater Boston Area.
Dr. Simonyan was features as the Neuroscientist of the Week #60. Read more here.
The neuroscience community at Harvard is brimming with talented and interesting individuals, each with their own unique stories on how they got here, what motivates them, what passions and dreams they have, who inspires them and what they do for fun.
Read here about Arman Simonyan, who visited and worked in the lab this Summer.
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- Liquor & Clinical Trials: Top Shelf Solution? t.co/MyotRon3DJ "Some of Simonyan’s study participants kept telling her it happened less when they drank alcohol" @EricBoodman @statnews @MassEyeAndEar @SimonyanLab #ClinicalResearch
- @ReillyNeuralLab @tcddublin @ReillyRichardB @rhodricusack @QuartyAngelo Congratulations!
- It is really, really cool to see this in-depth story about vocal disorders. As someone who was diagnosed with spasmodic dysphonia at 17, I have been following @SimonyanLab’s work for a while. t.co/qu75AiBgfM
- Can vodka be medicine? A fascinating study at @MassEyeAndEar looks at why alcohol seems to alleviate symptoms for patients w/ dystonia. Story fr @EricBoodman t.co/Ln43f7kL01 t.co/bfkLrLpMIC