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[AUDITORY] Workshop: Pitch, Pace, and Rhythm – the Essentials to Conducting Music Treatment Research

*Upcoming workshop (apologies for cross-posting)

Pitch, Pace, and Rhythm – the Essentials to Conducting Music Treatment Research
Saturday, April 16, 2016
Program for Music, Mind, and Society at Vanderbilt
Vanderbilt Kennedy Center, Nashville, TN
The Program for Music, Mind, and Society at Vanderbilt invites interested researchers, students, and clinicians to attend our inaugural Workshop on the Essentials for Conducting Music Treatment Research. The workshop will bring together treatment researchers from musical and non-musical fields to enhance the methodology, design, and funding applications for incorporating music in treatment studies for language, social, cognitive, emotional, and motor outcomes.
The workshop will include presentations by featured NIH-funded treatment researchers and members of NIH review committees. Topics will include: the timing, collaborations, and trajectory of treatment research (the pace); the research story and getting funded (the pitch); and the foundation, design, and mediators of treatment research (the rhythm). The workshop will provide an opportunity for fostering connections and collaborations between treatment researchers.
Interested researchers are invited to submit abstracts of no more than 200 words for a limited number of spoken presentations and feedback opportunities. Presentations should focus on one of the following themes: (1) established/ongoing treatment research involving music; (2) pilot work (e.g., descriptive studies, case studies, etc.) that is looking to transition into treatment research; or (3) innovative methodologies for treatment research in music. Please note that individuals do not need to submit an abstract to attend the workshop. All attendees can participate in the roundtable discussions to discuss their treatment research designs.
For more information, pre-registration, the call for abstracts, or to be added to the contact list for this workshop: https://my.vanderbilt.edu/musicandmind/workshop-of-treatment-designs-for-music-research/
Please contact Miriam.Lense@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx with questions regarding scientific programming.
Abstracts are due by March 15, 2016 and decisions will be made on a rolling basis.
Registration is required by April 6, 2016, or when we reach capacity. Lunch will be provided to all registered participants. Registration fees are free for students; $25 for post-doctoral fellows, non-faculty, and community members; and $50 for faculty.

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