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The Brain and Behavior Lab focuses on ways to improve hearing and communication for people as they age. Dr. Tremblay, a neuroscientist and clinician, has an interest in using her knowledge about the brain to improve auditory rehabilitation services for older adults. The lab uses a combination of laboratory and community-based research to address the hearing health of aging individuals in society. This includes studying effects of auditory deprivation and stimulation on the brain. The B&B lab use MEG and EEG methods to explore how sound is processed in the auditory systems of people with and without hearing loss. 

Kelly Tremblay, Ph.D., CCC-A, FAAA, 
ASHA Fellow
                              Professor



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  • LISTEN UP 12TH MAN! The Daily newspaper of the University of Washington gets the inside scoop on Dr. Tremblay's noise exposure awareness campaign. Check out the article here!
    Posted Jan 25, 2015, 9:07 PM by Cornetta Mosley
  • UW Students Tackle 12th Man Hearing Loss On K5 News, Dr. Tremblay and a few of her undergraduate Speech & Hearing Science students have a few things to say about the 12th Man and hearing loss! See the ...
    Posted Jan 12, 2015, 11:39 PM by Cornetta Mosley
  • Looking out for the 12th Man The Seattle Seahawks fans recently broke a world record for the stadium's noise level. The effect on 12th Man pride and bragging rights is great; the effect on their ...
    Posted Dec 17, 2014, 6:57 PM by Cornetta Mosley
  • Secrets of the listening brain: What measuring the brain can tell us about hearing aid use and more In this short article Dr. Tremblay excellently iterates concise and accurate responses to some of the most common questions posed by new hearing aid users. This article is great for ...
    Posted Dec 4, 2014, 7:15 PM by Cornetta Mosley
  • Seminars in Hearing: What Brainstem Recordings May or May Not Be Able to Tell Us about Hearing Aid–Amplified Signals This literature review helps to determine if electrophysiologic measures of the brainstem might someday assist clinicians in hearing aid fittings (Clinard & Tremblay, 2013).
    Posted Dec 4, 2014, 6:33 PM by Cornetta Mosley
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              Brain and Behavior Laboratory
               Department of Speech & Hearing Sciences 
               University of Washington
               1417 N.E. 42nd St.
               Box 354875
               Seattle, WA 98105-6246
               Voice: (206) 685-2208
 
            Laboratory Director
               Dr. Kelly Tremblay
               Voice: (206) 616-2479
               Email: tremblay@uw.edu 

            Co-Director
            Dr. Chris Bishop
               Voice: (206) 685-2208
               Email: cwbishop@uw.edu