Jeremy Burnison, B.S., M.S.

Primary office:


Auditory Brain computer interface using P300 signals. Unique spoken word stimuli with semantic relevance to BCI task. 

Memberships

Started NS program in 2012-2013 year.

Mentor: Jonathan Brumberg

Mentor’s Academic Department: Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences KU-L

Selected Publications

 

Conf/Journal        Title

ASHA – discussion Section

Evaluating Control of Commercial AAC Devices via Brain-Computer Interface by Individuals With Neuromotor Deficits

ASHA – discussion Section

Inter-Institutional, Cutting Edge ALS Research Across the Disease Course, From Motor Speech to AAC BCI

6th BCI Society Meeting – poster

Effects of Stimuli Relevance on Auditory BCI

6th BCI Society Meeting – poster

Development of a Real Time Speech Synthesizer Based Brain Computer Interface

SfN 2015 – poster

Effects of Glottal Source Modulation on Speech Perception and Maintenance

ASA (Spring 2014) Conference - poster

Novel Identification of Vowel Boundaries using MMN

SfN 2014 - poster

MMN as a marker for acoustic and phonological marker for the distinction between vowels

Selected Awards & Honors

  • NCAN (National Center for Neuroadaptive-Technologies) Summer Course (NIH)
  • SPLH department GTA Teaching Excellence Award
  • Dissertation Improvement Grant (KU, Center for Research)
  • Graduate Research Consultant – (KU, Center for Undergraduate Research)
  • Graduate Travel Award (KU)             

Contact Information

The University of Kansas
Neuroscience Graduate Program
c/o Dr. Rick Dobrowsky
School of Pharmacy, Ste 2001-D
2010 Becker Drive
Lawrence, KS 66047
Telephone: (785) 864-3531 or (785) 864-3893
E-mail: dobrowsky@ku.edu or psteffan@ku.edu

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