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About the Evoked Potentials/Multicultural Issues Lab

In this lab, research is focused in the area of Aging with an emphasis on auditory changes in the brain exhibited by evoked potentials. The effect of Smoking and secondhand smoke are also explored in aging adults compared to younger persons. Another research area addresses the impact of Multicultural factors like language background and ethnicity on communicative abilities and hearing assessment.

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Participation in Research

If you or your child would like to participate in any research project, please contact us or fill out the relevant form above and mail it to: 

Dr. Ishara Ramkissoon
University of South Alabama
Department of Speech Pathology & Audiology
1119 HAHN, 5721 USA Drive North
Mobile, AL 36688-0002

Email: eplab1093@gmail.com

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