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Diana M. Orbelo, Ph.D., studies the human voice from multiple viewpoints — focusing on understanding behavioral, interoceptive, neurological and musculoskeletal aspects of phonation. She searches for novel behavioral voice approaches to enhance human communication and connection.
Dr. Orbelo's work is directly motivated and informed by her ongoing experience in patient care. Listening to her patients provides opportunities for research directed at helping patients live full communicatory lives and share their voices through singing or speaking.
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