Haskins Laboratories

The Science of the Spoken and Written Word

Grants and Projects

 Support for our work comes mostly from federally funded, competitive research grants. Below is a list of the currently funded grants and associated Principal Investigators and Project Leaders and a link to the NIH or NSF grant information.

NIH Grant PO1. HD-01994 - Nature and Acquisition of the Speech Code and Reading (J. Rueckl, PI/A40)
NIH Grant RO1 DC-002717 - Links Between Production and Perception in Speech (D. Whalen, PI/A93)
NSF Grant BCS-0966411 - From Endangered Language Documentation to Phonetic Documentation (D. Whalen, PI/A179)
NIH Grant RO1 HD-044073 - Subcontract agreement with Vanderbilt University, on a grant entitled Cognitive and Neural Processes in Reading Comprehension (K. Pugh, Co-Investigator/A181)
NIH Grant RO1 HD-065794 - Neurobiological Predictors of Spoken and Written Language Learning (K. Pugh, PI/A182)
NIH R21 Grant DC-011342 - Neurobiological Signatures of Audiovisual Speech Perception in Children in ASD (J. Irwin, PI/A186)
NIH Grant RO1 HD-067364 - Neurocognitive Determinants of Second Language Literacy Development in Adolescents (K. Pugh, PI/A187)
NIH Grant RO1 DC-012502 - Speech Motor Learning and Sensory Plasticity in Children and Adults (D. Ostry, PI/A191)
NSF Grant IIS-1161962 - Multilingual Gestural Models for Robust Language-Independent Speech Recognition (H. Nam, PI/A193)
NIH RO1 Grant HD-071988 - Individual Differences in Learning Potential for Language and Literacy (D. Braze, PI/A195)
NIH Grant RO1 HD-075740 - Training-Induced Plasticity in Human Motor and Sensory Systems (D. Ostry, PI/A196)
NIH Grant RO1 HD-073288 - Retrieval Interference in Skilled and Unskilled Reading Comprehension (J. Van Dyke, PI/A197)
NIH Grant R03DC-013152-01A1 Ultrasound Biofeedback for Therapy-Resistant Speech Sound Disorders in Children (J. Preston, PI/A201)
NSF Grant HD-070837 - Neurocognitive bases of treatment resistance in Developmental dyslexia (Georgia State University, K. Pugh, Co-Investigator/A202)
NSF Grant BCS-1355479 - A Common Prosody Platform for Testing Theories and Models of Speech Prosody  (D. Whalen, PI/A203)
NIH Grant DC-013864 - Neurobiological Signatures of Perception and Imitation of AV Speech in Children with ASD  (J. Irwin, PI/A204)
NSF Grant BCS-1360670 - Understanding Prosody and Tone Interactions through Documentation of Two Endangered Languages.(C. DiCanio, PI/A205)
NIH Grant DC-013668 - Improving Clinical Speech Remediation with Ultrasound Technology  (D. Whalen, PI/A206)
NSF Grant BCS-1435592 - Collaborative Proposal: Effects of Production Variability on the Acoustic Consequences of Coordinated Articulatory Gestures (M. Tiede, PI/A207)
NIH  5R21DC013915-02  Somatosensory Function in Speech Perception (V. Gracco, PI /A208)
NIH 5 R01 DC013578 02 - SIGN LANGUAGE ACQUISITION, ANNOTATION, ARCHIVING AND SHARING (D. LILLO-MARTIN, PI/A210)
NIH Grant AG-049733 - Subcontract agreement with MA General Hospital on a grant entitled Effects of Age-Related Declines in Working Memory on Syntactic Comprehension (J. VanDyke  (co-investigator/A211)
nsf grant bcs-1551428  collaborative research: prosodic structure: an integrated empirical and modeling investigation  (a. katsika  pi/a-215) 
NIH 1 R01 HD086168 01A1 - NEUROCHEMISTRY AS A MODERATOR OF BRAIN NETWORKS FOR READING (K. PUGH, PI/A214)
NSF Grant BCS-1551428 Collaborative Research: Prosodic Structure: An  Integrated Empirical and Modeling Investigation (H. Nam/A215) 
NIH Grant DC-015855 The Negative BOLD Response in Speech Production and Persistent Stuttering (V. Gracco/A216) 
NIH Grant HD-070837-04S1 Neurocognitive Bases of Treatment Resistance in Developmental Dyslexia, Diversity Supplement   (J.Rueckl, Georgia State U., Henry Wolf Recipient/A217)
JSMF GRANT 220020494 - STATISTICAL LEARNING WORKSHOP GRANT  (R. ASLIN, JAMES S. MCDONNELL FDN./A-218)
NIH GRANT HD-091013 EXPERIENTIAL AND CHILD FACTORS THAT DETERMINE ACQUISITION OF ORTHOGRAPHIC-PHONOLOGICAL REGULARITIES IN A QUASI-REGULAR WRITING SYSTEM: AN INTEGRATED BEHAVIORAL/COMPUTATIONAL/NEUROBIOLOGICAL APPROACH (J. RUECKL, FLORIDA STATE U/A219-1, S.FROST, FLORIDA STATE U./A219-2