Janice Chang Profile Page
|University of California, Berkeley|
|University of California, Irvine|
|Ph.D., Anatomy & Neurobiology|
|Using Sounds to Match and Manage Tinnitus|
|Dr. Fan-Gang Zeng (Chair), Dr. Leonard Kitzes, Dr. Hamid Djalilian, Dr. Pietro Galasetti|
|Mahboubi H, Oliaei S, Badran KW, Ziai K, Chang J, Zardouz S, Shahriari S, Djalilian HR. Systematic Assessment of Noise Amplitude Generated by Toys Intended for Young Children. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg (2013), 148(6):1043-7.
Chang, J.E. and Zeng, F.G. Tinnitus suppression by electric stimulation of the auditory nerve. Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience (2012), 6(19): 1-11.
Milczynski, M., Chang, J.E., Wouters, J., van Wieringen, A. Perception of Mandarin Chinese with Cochlear Implants using Enhanced Temporal Pitch Cues. Hearing Research (2012), 285(1-2): 1-12.
Reavis, K.M., Chang, J.E., Zeng, F.G. Patterned Sound Therapy for the Treatment of Tinnitus. The Hearing Journal (2010), 63(11): 21-24 (Invited review).
Sepehr A., Djalilian H.R., Chang J.E., Chen Z., Wong B.J. Optical coherence tomography of the cochlea in the porcine model. Laryngoscope (2008), 118(8):1449-51.
Stickney, G.S., Assmann, P.F., Chang, J.E., Zeng, F.G., Effects of cochlear implant processing and fundamental frequency on the intelligibility of competing sentences. JASA (2007), 122(2): 1069-1078.
Chang, J.E., Bai, J.Y., Zeng, F.G., Unintelligible low-frequency sound enhances simulated cochlear-implant speech recognition in noise. IEEE Trans Biomed Eng (2006), 53(12):2598-2601.
|Chang, J.E., Reavis, K., Zeng, F.G. Treatments to Reduce the Perception of Tinnitus. American Tinnitus Association (ATA): Orange County Tinnitus Support Group. St. Joseph Hospital, Orange, CA. 6 Nov 2010.
Chang, J.E. and Zeng, F.G. Electric Stimulation in Tinnitus Treatment. International and Interdisciplinary Workshop on Novel Phenomena in Integrated Complex Sciences: from Non-living to Living Systems. Coop-Inn Kyoto, Kyoto City, JP. 11-14 Oct 2010. (Invited Speaker)
Chang, J.E., Fine, E.L., Rothholtz, V.S., Djalilian, H., Zeng, F.G. Variability in tinnitus suppression via electric stimulation. 4th International Tinnitus Research Initiative Conference 2010: Frontiers in Tinnitus Research. Adolphus Hotel, Dallas, TX. 11 June 2010.
Dimitrijevic A., Chang, J.E., Reavis, K., Pratt, H., Starr, A., Zeng, FG. Electrophysiological correlates of tinnitus and tinnitus suppression. 4th International Tinnitus Research Initiative Conference 2010: Frontiers in Tinnitus Research. Adolphus Hotel, Dallas, TX. 11 June 2010.
Chang, J.E. & Reavis, K.R (co-presenters). Tinnitus. UC Irvine Center for Occupational and Environmental Health Grand Rounds. Irvine, CA. 13 April 2010.
Milczynski, M., Wouters, J., van Wieringen, A., Chang, J.E., Zeng, F.G. Improved Mandarin Tone Perception in Cochlear Implants Through Enhanced Fundamental Frequency Coding. 11th International Conference on Cochlear Implants and Other Auditory Implantable Technologies (2010), Stockholm, Sweden.
Chang, J.E., Fine, E.L., Rothholtz, V.S., Djalilian, H., Zeng, F.G. Variability in Tinnitus Suppression via Electric Stimulation. The Association for Research in Otolaryngology 33rd MidWinter Meeting (2010), Anaheim, CA.
Huang, J., Chang, J.E., Zeng, F.G. Using vibrotactile stimulation to enhance Mandarin. The Association for Research in Otolaryngology 31st MidWinter Meeting(2008), Phoenix, AZ.
Chang, J.E., Bai, J.Y., Marsala, M., Cullington, H.E., Zeng, F.G. Lows are the New Highs: Improving speech intelligibility with unintelligible low-frequency sounds. Conference on Implantable Auditory Prostheses (2005), Pacific Grove, CA.
Stickney, G.S., Chang, J.E., Assmann P.F., Zeng, F.G. Fundamental frequency and the intelligibility of competing sentences with cochlear implant processing. 148th meeting of the Acoustical Society of America (2004), San Diego, CA.
|Pre-Doctoral Training Grant Award (T32) from the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD) Institutional National Research Service Award, (Grant Number: 1 T32 DC010775), 2010-2011, 2011-2012 (renewed)
Achievement Rewards for College Scientists (ARCS) Foundation Fellowship: Dr. Ada E. Yonath Scholar/ Named Patricia Beckman Scholar, 2010-2012
Public Impact Distinguished Fellowship, 2010
Invited Speaker with Full Travel Expenses and Speaker Honorarium, International and Interdisciplinary Workshop on Novel Phenomena in Integrated Complex Sciences: from Non-living to Living Systems, Kyoto, Japan, 2010
Travel Grant to attend Conference for Implantable Auditory Prostheses, 2005, 2007, 2009
|UCLA Medical Center, UCLA|
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