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Meisam Arjmandi, Ph.D.
|Department:||Communication Sciences and Disorders
Arnold School of Public Health
1705 College St
Lab Website: Transitional Auditory Neuroscience Lab
Research and Teaching Interests
Dr. Arjmandi is the Director of Translational Auditory Neuroscience Lab in the Arnold School of Public Health at the University of South Carolina. He incorporates his cross-disciplinary research background in auditory neuroscience, speech perception and production, and biomedical engineering to study the neuroscience of human communication and hearing impairment. Dr. Arjmandi's research combines behavioral, computational, and neuroimaging techniques to systematically investigate the mechanisms and factors influencing the auditory, speech, and language outcomes in individuals with typical, impaired, and electric hearing. The goal of his research is to translate the findings into clinical practice for developing improved diagnostic tools and personalized interventions and treatments for individuals with hearing impairment.