Jennifer Bugos is a Professor of Music Education at the University of South Florida where she directs an NEA Research Lab (Coordination and Cognition Across the Lifespan in Music; CALM lab).  After completing professional studies in music education (BM, MM, Ph.D.), Bugos completed post-doctoral work at UF in Clinical-Cognitive Neuroscience. Dr. Bugos’ research interests include the neurological basis for music perception and cognition with regard to human development, lifelong learning, and cognitive transfer. Her interests have led to the development of new music education programs for healthy and clinical populations of children (Multimodal Music Training), and for adults (Keys to Staying Sharp; Piano for Parkinson’s). She has published in many peer-reviewed journals including Update: Applications of Research in Music Education, Music Educators Journal, Psychology of Music, Music Perception, Aging and Mental Health, Journal of Gerontology, Psychomusicology, and Brain Sciences.

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