Reethee Madona Antony / Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences

Graduate Student Researcher
2011 – August 2019

Projects: Auditory Simulations
NML Award: The History and Public Health Award (January 2013); Data Visualization: Brain and Sounds
NML Award: The Data Analysis and Visualization Award (May 2019)

Reethee Madona Antony

Reethee Madona Antony is a Ph.D. candidate in the Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences program at The Graduate Center, CUNY. She is a recipient of the CUNY Science Fellowship and a research assistant in the Auditory Evoked Potentials Lab directed by Dr. Brett Martin. Her research interests include multilingualism, speech perception, normal aging and developmental disorders, speech processing in noise, and electrophysiology. Her previous project at the NML involved creating auditory simulations of degraded speech signal. In addition, she also developed a program to simulate the digital signal processing (with emphasis on compression characteristics) of a hearing aid. She was the recipient of History and Public Health Award in 2013. Currently, she is working on analyses of brain responses using data visualization.