Frank Russo

Frank Russo is a Full Professor of Psychology, NSERC-Sonova Senior Industrial Research Chair in Auditory Cognitive Neuroscience, and Director of the SMART Lab at Ryerson University. He is an Affiliate Scientist at the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute (KITE) and holds a status-only appointment in Speech Language Pathology at the University of Toronto. His research investigates the neuro-cognitive, neuro-affective, and socio-biological aspects of music, speech and hearing. He is also actively engaged in the application of psychological and brain sciences in the development of real-world interventions and technologies.

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  • Ryerson University (Psychology)
  • University of Toronto (Speech Language Pathology)
  • Toronto Rehabilitation Institute (KITE)
  • auditory cognitive neuroscience
  • emotion
  • hearing
  • music perception
  • speech perception
  • music as medicine