Dysphonia International Research Travel Awards
Supporting the future of voice research through research travel awards
The Dysphonia International Research Travel Award program provides travel funds to annual meetings of the professional associations whose focus is voice, both for research and clinical advancement. By bringing investigators together to present their research on spasmodic dysphonia and related voice conditions, we are making connections that will help further their interest in voice conditions and ensure that it will continue to be an area of focus for future research.
This type of collaboration positions Dysphonia International not only an organization for people living with SD and related voice conditions, but one that is there to partner with healthcare professionals and researcher in the field of voice and serve as an ongoing resource to them.
We are currently offering Research Travel Awards to the following organizations and the travel awards are administered through the respective organization.
Research Travel Award Abstracts
Kaila Harris | Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary
Vibro-tactile Stimulation as a Feasible Symptomatic Treatment for the Voice Disorder Spasmodic Dysphonia
Researcher Arash Mahnan is the recipient of 2020 the NSDA Research Award in partnership with The Voice Foundation.
Effects of Masked and Delayed Auditory Feedback on Fundamental Frequency Modulation in Vocal Vibrato
Rosemary A. Lester-Smith, PhD, CCC-SLP