Frank Guenther was featured in a recent NBCNEWS.com in an article entitled, "Why that echoey phone feedback drives us nuts", discussing delayed auditory feedback.
The National Institutes of Health announced an award of $10 million to establish an Autism Center of Excellence (ACE) at Boston University, directed by Helen Tager-Flusberg. The BU ACE brings together leading neuroscientists from the University in collaboration with colleagues from Beth Israel Deaconess Medical ... More
NewScientist article, "Telepathy machine reconstructs speech from brainwaves" mentions Frank Guenther's work on brain signals in speech production.
A recent Discovery News piece, Device turns thoughts into speech, focused on Frank Guenther's work decoding neural signals into speech sounds via an electrode in the brain of a locked-in patient.
The work of Frank Guenther's team was highlighted in a PhysOrg.com article, Machine translates thoughts into speech in real time. By implanting an electrode into the brain of a person with locked-in syndrome, Guenther, et al. have demonstrated how to wirelessly transmit neural signals to a speech synthesizer. The... More