Title — Professor and Chair
Address — 2115 G Street NW, Hall of Government, Washington, DC 20052
Office — Room 207
Phone — 202-994-2052
E-mail — email@example.com
Areas of Expertise —
- Aerodynamic studies of voice and speech production
- Acoustic analysis of speech
- SPHR 2107: Acoustics
- SPHR 6290: Cochlear Implants
- Consult with Aural Rehabilitation and Voice Clinics
- Dr. Mahshie’s research involves exploration of various aspects of speech production and perception by deaf and hard of hearing individuals. His research includes studies aimed at
- Improved understanding of the physiological underpinnings of speech production by those with hearing loss, and
- Development and assessment of various computer-mediated approaches to improving speech production by deaf individuals, and
- Study of the relation between perceptual capacity for certain speech features, and the ability to use these features in speech production.
- Additional research has recently focused on examining how well deaf
individuals understand the intelligibility of their own speech production, and the use of speech modeling to better understand both normal and
- Principle Investigator: Speech Production and Perception Skills of Children Using Cochlear Implants: Implications for Implant Fitting and Habilitation
- Mahshie, J. (2012). Speech and Voice Quality Characteristics of Deaf Children with Cochlear Implants. Submitted and funded by CCFF.
- Mahshie, J. (2012). Prosody and Voice Characteristics of Children with Cochlear Implants. NIDRR, 2012-2015.
- Co-Director and Co-PI (with Cynthia Core) - Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center on Hearing Enhancement: Perception and Production of Speech by Children with Cochlear Implants. NIDRR. #H133E080006. October 1, 2008 - September 30, 2013. ~$950,000/year.
Gobl, C., & Mahshie, J. (in press). Inverse Filtering of Nasalized Vowels Using Synthesized Speech. Journal of Voice.
Mahshie, J., Core, C., & Rutkowski, R. (2011). Auditory and Visual Contributions to Speech Feature Production in Deaf Children with Cochlear Implants. Proceedings of the International Congress on Phonetic Sciences, Hong Kong, August 2011.
Mahshie, J., Moseley, M.J., Scott, S., & Lee, J. (2006). Enhancing the Communication Skills of Children who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing Children in the Mainstream. Clifton Park, NY: Thomas-Delmar Learning.
Mahshie, J., Moseley, M.J., Lee, J. & Scott, S. (2006). Essentials of Aural Rehabilitation with Deaf Children in Mainstream Settings. Paper accepted for presentation at the ASHA national convention, Miami, FL.
Mahshie, J., & DiSarno, N. (2006). Short Course for New Chairs and Old. Invited pater for the Annual Conference of the Council of Academic Programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders, Sandestin, FL, April 2006.
Mahshie, J., & Meyers, Dianne. (2006). Special Topic - The outcome of a facilitated meeting on accreditation. Invited paper for the Annual Conference of the Council of Academic Programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders. Sandestin, FL, April 2006.
Honors & Awards
- Fulbright Distinguished Scholar, recipient
- CAPCSD Distinguished Service Award, recipient
- Fulbright Recipient, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland
- Elected Fellow, American Speech-Language Hearing Association
- Distinguished Service Award, CAPCSD
- Fulbright Senior Specialist (Qualified for the list)
- SLP Summit Planning Committee: Member
- Ad hoc joint committee (ASHA, AAA, CAPCSD) to promote a single accrediting body for Audiology academic programs: Member
- JSLHR, JASA: Regular reviewer
- Audiology Summit Planning Committee: Member
- Phonetics Department at Trinity College, Dublin: External program reviewer
- Council of Academic Programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders: President
- Council of Academic Programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders: Executive Board Member
- 2004 American Speech-Language Hearing Association Program Committee: Member
- American Association of Phonetic Science: President and member, 2001-2004