Note: Here is how these links work: A link from the name is to a current individual webpage if there is one, otherwise to a page from UCLA days [but be aware this would not be kept updated]. A link from text after the name is to a department or company, rather than to an individual page. If both name and following text are blue, then there is one of each kind.
Alice Anderton (deceased 2016)
Norma Antonanzas (at the UCLA Bureau of Glottal Affairs)
Vernon Austel (at IBM's T.J. Watson Research Center)
Beatriz Amos Dukes
Ken de Jong
Melissa Epstein (IRB Director, Albert Einstein College of Medicine)
James Forrest Fordyce (Glendale Community College, English as a Second Language)
Christina Foreman (Speech Pathologist in Hartford, CT)
Vicki Fromkin (deceased 2000)
Manuel Godinez, Jr.
Susan Hess (deceased)
Chai-Shune Hsu (formerly at Nuance)
Sue Banner Inouye (Kapi'olani Community College)
Michel T.-T. Jackson
L. Carl Jacobsen (formerly Leon C. Jacobsen)
Rachel JacobsonYun Jung Kim
Eun Hwa Lee
Andy Martin (Konan University, Kobe, Japan)
Laura (Dolly) Meyers
Jonas Nartey (or Akpanglo-Nartey)
Kuniko Yasu Nielsen
Kristin Precoda (at SRI's Speech Technology and Research Laboratory)
Lloyd Rice (patent review editor for JASA)
Katie Schack Tang
Dale R. Terbeek
Kimberly Thomas (or Thomas-Vilakati) (San Bernardino City Unified School District)
Yuichi Todaka (Miyazaki Municipal University)
Diana Van Lancker Sidtis
Ralph Vanderslice (deceased 2008)
The Phonetics Lab enjoys research connections with other local groups and scientists: Abeer Alwan's Speech Processing and Auditory Perception Laboratory in the EE Department, Jody Kreiman, Bruce Gerratt, Dave Berry, and Zhaoyan Zhang in the Medical School's Dept. of Head and Neck Surgery's Bureau of Glottal Affairs, and at USC, Dani Byrd, Louis Goldstein, Sandy Disner, and Khalil Iskarous in the Linguistics Department Phonetics Lab, and Shri Narayanan in the Electrical Engineering Department.
GRAD STUDENTS: Most students in the lab are in the graduate program in Linguistics. Click here for information about graduate admissions. The department can sponsor students on official exchange programs, "Non-degree objective" students, and informal visiting students. See the department's page about visiting/exchange students.
POSTDOCS: There are no paid research positions for Ph.D.s in the phonetics lab. The NIH training program which we used to have, is no more. Postdocs with their own fellowships interested in being sponsored by someone here are most welcome to contact that person directly.
VISTING SCHOLARS: Ph.D.s from other universities interested in courtesy appointments should first request sponsorship by an individual faculty member in the lab. The official appointment (Visiting Scholar, or something less formal), including visa, will then be arranged by department staff. However, such visiting appointments are not always possible, depending on the availability and current interests of the faculty. See the department's page about Visiting Scholars for more information.
Last updated by Pat Keating, February 2019