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Zhou received a master’s degree in Linguistics and a PhD degree in Hearing Science from Ohio University. She worked as a postdoc research fellow at the Kresge Hearing Research Institute, University of Michigan. Zhou joined ECU faculty in July, 2013.
Lixue Dong (Ivy) received a Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry from Nanjing University in China, followed by a Master’s degree in Biochemistry and Chemistry from University of South Carolina at Columbia. She worked as a research scientist in East Carolina University and joined the lab in 2015 Fall.
Matt graduated from East Carolina University with a Bachelor of Science in Engineering in 2014 and a Master’s in Biomedical Engineering in 2016. His past research focused on using electroencephalography and low resolution electromagnetic tomography to locate the cortex sources of emotional event related potentials in stressed individuals. He is interested in biological signal acquisition and processing as well as medical human interface devices.
Juliana Mathews is a second year Au.D student at East Carolina University. She graduated from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst in 2016 with a Bachelor of Science in Communication Disorders. She previously worked as a research assistant on an experiment that studied effects of varying degrees of echoes on cochlear implant simulated speech comprehension.
Baylee Wilson is a first year Au.D student at East Carolina University. She received her Bachelor of Science in Communication Science and Disorders from Florida State University in 2017. Baylee joined the lab Fall of 2017.
Lisa Raho received a Bachelor of Arts from Providence College in Elementary and Special Education. She was the lab manager responsible for subject recruitment, payment, and also worked on the analysis of electrophysiological data from guinea pigs with cochlear implants.
Mingqi Hang (April) graduated from Elizabethtown College with a Bachelor of Science Degree, biochemistry major. She joined the lab in Fall 2015 and was involved in research projects related to binaurally combined electric and acoustic hearing in Mandarin-speaking children with cochlear implants.
Miranda Raymond is an undergraduate in the East Carolina University’s Honors College program majoring in Biochemistry. She joined the lab in 2014 and focused on the analysis of electrophysiological data from guinea pigs with cochlear implants.