Bartel Curriculum Vitae

                                                    CURRICULUM VITAE OF LEE BARTEL
  Professor Emeritus, University of Toronto
August 2019
                             
                                                                          EDUCATION
     
Ph.D.                      University of Illinois, College of Education, 1988
M. Ed.                     University of Manitoba, Faculty of Education, 1984                          
L. Mus.                   Western Board of Music 1983 (vocal performance)    
A. Mus.                   Western Board of Music 1981 (vocal performance)
B. Mus.                   Brandon University, School of Music, 1975  
B.A.                        University of Manitoba, Arts & Science 1973
Teachers Certificate            University of Manitoba, 1969
Sacred Music Dip.    Steinbach Bible College, (2 years 1967,1968)                                      
                               Additional studies in church music
                               • Providence Theological Seminary, 1981
                               • Wittenburg University, 1982  
                             
EMPLOYMENT

University of Toronto  1987 – present
       • Professor Emeritus, University of Toronto, 2017 -
       • Associate Dean - Research, Faculty of Music, Dec. 1, 2011 - 2015
       • Founding Director of Music and Health Research Collaboratory 2012 - 2015
       • Cross-appointed to Rehabilitation Sciences Institute 2014 -
       • Cross-appointed to Institute for Life Course and Aging, 2013 -
       • Cross-appointed to OISE/UT, CTL Department, 2005 – 2016
       • Board Member, Collaborative Program in Neuroscience 2011 - 2017
       • Continuing Member of the Graduate Department 1994 - present
       • Full Professor Music 2009 - 2017
       • Associate Professor of Music Education 1993 - 2009
       • Assistant Professor of Music Education 1987 - 1993

HONOURS AND AWARDS

Provost's Outstanding Performance Award 2012
Poliquin Resident Research Award – Coauthor with Ashlin Alexander  2009
Percy Ireland 18th Annual Academic Day, "Overall Best Paper."2009

Canadian Recording Industry Association 2002 – 2009
        4 Platinum Album Awards
        8 Gold Album Awards

U.S. Recording Arts and Sciences 2005 - 2008
        1 Platinum Album Award for Sing-Along Favorites (1 million albums in US)
        4 Gold Album Awards
        1 Latin Gold award

Juno Award Nominations – 2 albums in 2001,  one album in 2000

Listed in Who’s Who in Canada 1994 – present


SCHOLARLY AND PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

Research-related appointments (10 years):

Chair, Scientific Advisory Board     KKT International 2019 -
Member .                                         International Advisory Board, VIBRAC- Skille-Lehikoinen Centre for Vibroacoustic Therapy and Research,
                                                        University of Jyväskylä 2014 –
Scientific Committee                       Society for Music Perception and Cognition Conference 2012- 2013
Research Associate                        Research for Youth, Music, and Education Project 2013 -
Scientific Committee                       International Society for Performance Science, 2010-11
Associate                                        International Institute for Global Education, 2002 - 2010

Editing & Reviewing:

Reviewer                                 NIH Application Review – Music and Health Panel  June 2019.
External Review                      McMaster University On-Site Review of Proposed Bachelor of Health Science.Music  “Integrated-Degree Proposal                                                                Between Music and STEM Subjects.” April 16-18, 2019
Reviewer                                Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, Journal of Music in Medicine, …
Senior Editor                          Research to Practice: A CMEA Biennial Series. 2000 - 2009
                                                       Volume 1  Creativity in Music Education, Timothy Sullivan & Lee Willingham, Eds.  2002
                                                       Volume 2, Questioning the Music Education Paradigm, Lee Bartel, Ed. 2004.
                                                       Volume 3, Listen to their voices: Research and Practice in Early Childhood Music, K. Smithrim & R.Upitis, Eds 2007
                                                       Volume 4  Envisioning and Enacting Social Justice in Music Education,   Elizabeth Gould, Charlene Morton, June                                                                           Countryman, and Leslie Rose Stewart, Eds. 2009
Reviewer                                 Handbook of Research on Music Learning, edited by Richard Colwell and Peter Webster.  Oxford University Press.
Advisory Board Member         International Journal of Education and the Arts, 2003 - 2016
Editorial Board                        International Journal of Research in Choral Singing, 2003 - 2016
 
Consulting
 
Room217 Foundation             “Music Care Partners: Building Community through Music” research study funded by Ontario Trillium Foundation.                                                           Implementation of music care in three long-term care facilities to reduce loneliness and social isolation. 2016-2017.

Neuroforce, Montreal              Scientific design and use of sound for neural effects in training programs for peak performers. 2015-2017.

Toronto District S B                “Building the TDSB Future” Community Consultation  2012 – 2013.  Largest public data-gathering consultation ever
                                               done by TDSB – 72 consultation meetings, 2700 participants. Collaborated on data analysis and preparation of final
                                               report, “Building the Toronto District School Board’s Future through Community Consultation.”
Simcoe County B E                Policy Development: October 20, 2008 – March 2009:  planning, presentation of research, response to questions,
                                               writing and critiquing policy material.
                                               Policy Implementation: December 2009 – April 2010  Advising on the creation of Implementation plan,
                                               communication strategy.
 
Toronto District School Board - Homework Policy Review  2007 – 2008
                 
  GRADUATE SUPERVISION
Doctoral Principal Thesis Supervisor:        
       Completed: 22 students 1997 - 2017
       In Progress: 2
Doctoral Committee Member
       Completed: 19 students 2000 - 2018              
       In progress: 1 student              
Doctoral Oral Exam Committee                              
       7 students 1994 - 2009                      
External Appraiser                        
       3 students 1995 - 2011          
Chair for Doctoral Oral Examinations
       10 students 2005 - 2018
Master of Arts Reader
       4 students 2000 - 2016                                  
Master of Science Defence                        
       2 students
 
 
POST-DOCTORAL SUPERVISION

Rhythmic Sound Stimulation and Mechanisms Underlying Fibromyalgia.  Larissa McKetton and Abdullah Mosabbir funded by CIHR-SPOR through Canadian Pain Network with team participation from Dr. Tania Di Renna, Women’s College Hospital and TAPMI, Dr. Jed Meltzer, Baycrest, and Dr. Ana Andreazza, Univ of Toronto. 2018 -
 
Rhythmic Sound Stimulation and Fibromyalgia – A Randomized Clinical Trial. – Thenille Braun-Janzen, funded by MaHRC, with team participation at Mt Sinai Hospital from Dr. Allan Gordon, Dr. Larry Picard, Denise Paneduro, 2014 - 2017

Sound and Music Stimulation for Major Depressive Disorder. Thenille Braun-Janzen, funded by MaHRC, with team participation at University Health Network from Dr. Sidney Kennedy, Dr. Susan Rotzinger, Dr. Jonathan Downar, and Dr. Peter Giacobbe. 2014-2017.

Short-Term Effects of Rhythmic Sound Stimulation on Alzheimer Patients: An Exploratory Pilot Study. Amy Clements-Cortes, with co-investigators Morris Freedman, and Heidi Ahonen. Baycrest 2013 - 2015

Interference in dichotic listening: the effect of contralateral noise on oscillatory brain network       Post Doctoral Research: Shahab Jamali with co-investigators Bernhard Ross, Claude Alain, Gottfried Schlaug. Baycrest. 2013 – 2015.
 
Evaluation of an Adjunctive Musical Attention Training Program with Brain Injured Adolescents. Roger Knox, with co-investigators Jeff Jutai, Robert Gates, Rebecca Loveszy and Vivienne Wit at the Hugh MacMillan Rehabilitation Centre. Funded by The Easter Seals Research Institute. 1992 - 1995

Therapeutic Use of Electronic Music in the Rehabilitation of Spinal Cord Injured Patients.  Roger Knox.  Funded by Rick Hansen, Man in Motion Legacy Fund. 1992 - 1993.
 
Attention Enhancement for Brain-Injured Adolescents through Music Therapy with Electroacoustic Instruments. Roger Knox, with co-investigators, Rebecca Loveszy and Vivienne Wit at the Hugh MacMillan Rehabilitation Centre. 1990 - 1992
 
 
                                                                                      PUBLICATIONS
                                                                                        Last 10 Years
 
Books (10 total)
 
Proceedings of the International Symposium on Performance Science 2011, Williamon, A., Edwards, D., and Bartel, L. (Eds). Utrecht, The Netherlands: European Association of Conservatoires (AEC). August 2011.
 
Elizabeth Gould, June Countryman, Charlene Morton and Leslie Stewart Rose, Eds. (2009) Exploring Social Justice: How Music Education Might Matter.  Volume IV of the Series “Research to Practice: A Biennial Series.”  Canadian Music Educators’ Association, Lee Bartel, Series Editor.
 
Chapters in Books (15 total):

Bartel, L. and Clements-Cortes, A. (2014). Dying Healthy: The place of music therapy in palliative care. In Andrews, G.J. (Ed). Medicinal Melodies. Ashgate Health Geographies Series.

Bartel, L. (2009) Rhetoric in Case Study Research. In Albert J. Mills, Gabrielle Durepos, and Elden Wiebe (Editors) Encyclopedia of Case Study Research.   Sage Publication.

Bartel, L. (2009) Discursive Frame.  In Albert J. Mills, Gabrielle Durepos, and Elden Wiebe (Editors) Encyclopedia of Case Study Research.   Sage Publication.
 
Technical Reports & Theses (17 total):

Foster, B., Mackinnon, C., Pearson, S., Bartel. L. (2017).  From Isolation to Integration: Developing an Integrated Model of Music Care. Pilot Study Composite Report. Room 217 Foundation, Port Perry Ontario. 90 pages.
https://www.room217.ca/sites/default/files/media/uploaded/Research/R217_Partners_Composite_Report.pdf

Foster, B., Mackinnon, C., Pearson, S., Bartel. L. et al (2017).  From Isolation to Integration: Developing an Integrated Model of Music Care. Pilot Study Report and Handbook, Fenlelon Court.  Room 217 Foundation, Port Perry Ontario. 62 pages. https://www.room217.ca/sites/default/files/media/uploaded/Research/Music_Care_Partners_Fenelon_Court_FINAL_report.pdf

Foster, B., Mackinnon, C., Pearson, S., Bartel. L. et al. (2017).  From Isolation to Integration: Developing an Integrated Model of Music Care. Pilot Study Report and Handbook, Lakeview Manor.  Room 217 Foundation, Port Perry Ontario. 60 pages.
https://www.room217.ca/sites/default/files/media/uploaded/Research/Music_Care_Partners_Lakeview_FINAL_report.pdf

Foster, B., Mackinnon, C., Pearson, S., Bartel. L. et al. (2017).  From Isolation to Integration: Developing an Integrated Model of Music Care. Pilot Study Report and Handbook, Port Perry Place.  Room 217 Foundation, Port Perry Ontario. 61 pages.
https://www.room217.ca/sites/default/files/media/uploaded/Research/Music_Care_Partners_Port_Perry_Place_FINAL_report.pdf

Foster, B., Nelson, M., Berends, A., Pearson, S.,  Lyons, R., Ridgeway, J., Sinclair, I., Bartel, L., (2015). Music Matters: Optimizing Music in Complex Care and Rehabilitation. Project Report.  Bridgepoint Active Health. http://www.room217.ca/sites/default/files/media/uploaded/pdf/room-217-downloadables/BPH-Music-Matters-Report-FINAL.pdf

Grose, Karen & Bartel, Lee. (February 2013).  Building the Toronto District School Board’s Future through Community Consultation: A Technical Report. TDSB.   52 pages.

Bartel, L. (2010). Analysis of the Value-Added Model of Teacher Effectiveness. Prepared for Marshall Jarvis, OECTA. 21 pages.

Bartel, L and Cameron, L. (2010). A Study of the OECTA Ministry of Education Funded Collaborative Learning Communities Project 2009-2010: Final   Research Report. Prepared for the OECTA Professional Development Department. 124 pages

Bartel, L and Cameron, L. (2010). A Study of the OECTA Ministry of Education Funded Collaborative Learning Communities Project 2009-2010: Interim Research Report. Prepared for the OECTA Professional Development Department.  64 pages

Papers in Refereed Journals & Invited Papers (39 total):

Vuong V, , Mosabbir A, Paneduro D, Gordon, A, Picard L, Faghfoury H, Chung S, Bartel L. The Effects of Rhythmic Sensory Stimulation on Hypermobile Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome: A Pilot Study.  Submitted to Pain Research & Management  2019.

Braun Janzen T, Al Shirawi MI, Rotzinger S, Kennedy SH and Bartel L (2019) A Pilot Study Investigating the Effect of Music-Based Intervention on Depression and Anhedonia. Front. Psychol. 10:1038. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2019.01038

Braun Janzen, Thenille, Paneduro, Denise, Picard, Denise, Gordon, Denise & Bartel, Lee R. (2019).   A parallel randomized controlled trial examining the effects of rhythmic sensory stimulation on fibromyalgia symptoms. PLoS One 14(3): e0212021. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0212021

Picard LM, Bartel LR, Gordon AS, Paneduro D, Chung S, Pink LR. Vibroacoustic Therapy for Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome: A Case Study. Ann Clin Case Rep. 2018; 3: 1504.

Clements-Cortés, A & Bartel, L. (2018). Are We Doing More Than We Know? Possible Mechanisms of Response to Music Therapy. Frontiers in Medicine. Vol 5 Article 255.  doi: 10.3389/fmed.2018.00255

Bartel, L., Alain, C., Chen, R., Ross, B. (2017). Vibroacoustic Stimulation and Brain Oscillation:  From Basic Research to Clinical Application. Music & Medicine. Vol 9 No. 3; 153-166.

Clements-Cortés, A, Ahonen, H., Evans, M., Tang-Wai, D., Freedman, M. & Bartel, L. (2017) "Can Rhythmic Sensory Stimulation Decrease Cognitive Decline in Alzheimer's Disease?: A Clinical Case Study" Music & Medicine. Vol 9 No. 3; 174-177.

Clements-Cortés, A, Ahonen, H., Freedman, M. & Bartel, L. (2017) The Potential of Rhythmic Sensory Stimulation Treatments for Persons with Alzheimer’s Disease" Music & Medicine. Vol 9 No. 3; 167-173.

Braun Janzen, Thenille; Paneduro, D.; Amarasinghe, K.; Picard, L; Gordon, A; Bartel, L. (2017) The effects of Rhythmic Sensory Stimulation on fibromyalgia symptoms: a randomized control trial. Canadian Journal of Pain, vol. 01, pp. 132. (Abstract)

Smith L, Bartel L, Joglekar S, Chen J. Musical rehabilitation in adult cochlear implant recipients with a self-administered software. Otology & Neurotology. 38(8):e262–e267, SEPTEMBER 2017 DOI: 10.1097/MAO.0000000000001447, PMID: 28806336, Issn Print: 1531-7129

Esteve Faubel, José María & Bartel, Lee. The Cognition of Stability in Atonal Music in Teenagers with no Musical Experience. Psychomusicology: Music, Mind, and Brain. 26(1) 43-55.

Nelson, M, Foster B, Pearson S, Berends, A, Ridgway, J, Lyons R, Bartel, L. Optimizing music in complex rehabilitation and continuing care. Music & Medicine, Vol 8, No. 3; 2016. 128-136

Foster B, Bartel L. Understanding music care in Canadian facility-based long term care. Music and Medicine. 2016;8(1):29-34.

Bina John, Linda Cameron, Lee Bartel. "Creative Musical Play: An Innovative Approach to Early Childhood Music Education in an Urban Community School of Music." Action, Criticism and Theory/ISSME journal. v15 n3 p21-36 Jun 2016

Clements-Cortés, A., Ahonen, H., Evan, M., Freedman, M. & Bartel, L. (2016). Short term effects of rhythmic sensory stimulation in Alzheimer’s disease: An exploratory pilot study. Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, 52(2), 651-660. DOI 10.3233/JAD 160081 https://tspace.library.utoronto.ca/handle/1807/72411

Foster, B, Bartel, L (2016). Understanding Music Care in Canadian Facility-Based Long Term Care. Music and Medicine, 8 (1) 29-34.

Clements-Cortés, A. & Bartel, L. (2015). Sound stimulation in patients with Alzheimer’s disease. Annals of Long Term Care, 23(5), 10-16.

Naghdi, L., Bartel, L., Ahonen, H., Macario, P. The Effect of Low Frequency Sound Stimulation on Patients with Fibromyalgia: A Clinical Study. Pain Research & Management. January/February 2015 20(1).

David A. Alter, Mary O’Sullivan, Paul I. Oh, Donald A. Redelmeier, Susan Marzolini, Richard Liu, Mary Forhan, Michael Silver, Jack M. Goodman, Lee R. Bartel. Synchronized personalized music audio-playlists to improve adherence to physical activity among patients participating in a structured exercise program: A proof-of-principle feasibility study.  Sports Medicine Open. May 8, 2015.

Picard, LM, Bartel, LR, Gordon, AS, Cepo, D, Wu, K, & Pink, LR. Music as a Sleep Aid in Fibromyalgia. Pain Research & Management. Vol 19 No 2 March/April 2014.

Bartel, LR. Nine entries of 200 word length on the following topics: Vibroacoustic Therapy, Physioacoustic Method, Low Frequency Sound Therapy, Entrainment, Brainwave entrainment, Heart rate entrainment, Psychological entrainment, Heart Rate Variability, Brainwave states. In Kevin Kirkland (Ed.) Dictionary of Music Therapy,. Routledge Publishers. (2013).

Alexander, A, Bartel, L, Friesen, L, Shipp, D. and Chen J. (2011)  From Fragments to the Whole: A Comparison between Cochlear Implant Users and Normal Hearing Listeners in Music Perception and Enjoyment. Journal of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck. Vol. 40, No 1, pp 1 – 7.

Lee Bartel, Daniel Bodmer, David Shipp, Jodi Ostroff, Joseph M. Chen (2011) Qualitative Case Studies of Five Cochlear Implant Recipients’ Experience with Music Cochlear Implants International Vol. 12, Number 1. pp. 27-33.

Bartel, Lee. (2009). Review of “This is Your Brain on Music: The Science of Human Obsession”  by Daniel Levitin.  University of Toronto Quarterly - Volume 78, Number 1, pp. 160-161

Papers in Published Refereed Conference Proceedings (10 total)

Braun Janzen, Thenille; Paneduro, D.; Amarasinghe, K.; Picard, L; Gordon, A; Bartel, L. (2017) The effects of Rhythmic Sensory Stimulation on fibromyalgia symptoms: a randomized control trial. Canadian Journal of Pain, vol. 01, pp. 132.

Clements-Cortés, A, Ahonen, H., Freedman, M. & Bartel, L. (2016) Rhythmic sensory stimulation and Alzheimer’s disease, Nordic Journal of Music Therapy, 25:sup1, 17, DOI: 10.1080/08098131.2016.1179893

Braun Janzen, Thenille; Rotzinger, S.; Giacobbe, P.; Downar, J.; Kennedy, S.; Bartel, L. (2016) A pilot study investigating the effects of rhythmic sensory stimulation with low-frequency sounds on depression. Nordic Journal of Music Therapy, 25(sup1), 122-123. (Abstract)

Braun Janzen, Thenille; Paneduro, D.; Picard, L; Gordon, A.; Bartel, L. (2016) Is Rhythmic Sensory Stimulation an effective adjunctive therapy for fibromyalgia? Preliminary results. Nordic Journal of Music Therapy, 25(sup1), 122. (Abstract)

Bartel, L., Ostroff, J., Bodmer, D., Shipp, D., Chen, J. M. (2008). Music Education Dimensions of Cochlear Implant Recipients’ Experience with Music: From Five Qualitative Case Studies to Attention-based Diagnosis and Training. Publication in the Proceedings of the RAIME Conference, Miami, 2007

Non-Refereed Publications (total 67)

Willingham, L., & Bartel, L. (Spring, 2013). Engage to Create: A Funded Professional Development Project. Canadian Music Educator.
 
Clements-Cortés, A. &  Bartel, L. (2012). The Tenori-On In Music Therapy: A Music Therapist's Guide. Toronto: Yamaha Music.

Bartel, L. (2010). Music Pedagogy, Pedagogic Culture, and Pedagogic Multiculturalism. Canadian Music Educator. Vol 52, No. 1 p. 21.

Sprikut, L. & Bartel. L. (2010). Adapting Pedagogic Culture: The experience of four immigrant music teachers in Canada. Canadian Music Educator Vol 52, No. 1 p. 21 – 25.

Bartel, L. (2010). Focusing on Music Pedagogic Culture. Canadian Music Educator Vol 52, No 2.

Cameron, L, & Bartel, L. (2009).  The Researchers Ate the Homework: Perspectives of Parents and Teachers. Education Canada. January 2009. pp. 48-51

                                                                                   PRESENTATIONS
 
Refereed Conferences (total  80):

O'Rourke, H., Swindle, J., Hopper, T., Sullivan, D., Whynot, T., Bartel, L., Hoben, M., Archibald, M., Woodhead Lyons, S. Music Connects Us: Design of an innovative music-based group activity intervention to address loneliness for people with dementia. Canadian Association on Gerontology. Moncton, NB Canada. Oct. 24-26, 2019.

Smith L, Chen J, Bartel L, Joglekar S. The Effects of Musical Rehabilitation in Adult Cochlear Implant Recipients on Music Perception, Music Enjoyment, and Speech Perception Podium Presentation. 14th International Conference on Cochlear Implants and Other Implantable Auditory Technologies. May, 2016.

Clements-Cortés, A, Ahonen, H., Freedman, M. & Bartel, L. (2016) Rhythmic Sensory Stimulation and Alzheimer’s Disease. 10th European Congress of Music Therapy, Vienna, Austria. (PR). July

Clements-Cortés, A, Ahonen, H., Freedman, M. & Bartel, L. (2016), Short Term Effects of Rhythmic Sensory Stimulation in Alzheimer’s Disease. Poster presentation at International Association for Music and Medicine, Beijing, China , June.

Clements-Cortés, A, Ahonen, H., Freedman, M. & Bartel, L. (2016). Short Term Effects of Rhythmic Sensory Stimulation in Alzheimer’s Disease. Poster at Canadian Association for Music Therapy 42nd Annual Conference, Kitchener, Ontario, May

Braun Janzen, Thenille; Paneduro, D.; Amarasinghe, K.; Picard, L.; Gordon, A.; Bartel, L. (2017) The effect of rhythmic sensory stimulation on fibromyalgia symptoms: a randomized control trial. Poster presented at the 38th Scientific Meeting of the Canadian Pain Society, Halifax, Canada. May 25.

Braun Janzen, Thenille; Rotzinger, S.; Giacobbe, Peter; Downar, Jonathan; Kennedy, Sidney; Bartel, Lee. (2016) A pilot study investigating the effects of rhythmic sensory stimulation with low-frequency sounds on depression. Paper presented at the 10th European Music Therapy Conference, 2016, Vienna, Austria. July 05-09.

Braun Janzen, Thenille; Paneduro, D.; Picard, L; Gordon, A; Bartel, Lee. (2016) Is Rhythmic Sensory Stimulation an effective adjunctive therapy for fibromyalgia? Preliminary results. Paper presented at the 10th European Music Therapy Conference, 2016, Vienna, Austria. July 05-09.

Braun Janzen, Thenille; Rotzinger, S. ; Giacobbe, Peter ; Downar, Jonathan ; Kennedy, Sidney; Bartel, Lee. (2016) A pilot study investigating the effects of rhythmic sensory stimulation with low-frequency sounds on depression. Poster presented at the 10th European Music Therapy Conference, 2016, Vienna, Austria. July 05-09.

Braun Janzen, Thenille; Paneduro, D.; Picard, L; Gordon, A; Bartel, Lee. (2016) Is Rhythmic Sensory Stimulation an effective adjunctive therapy for fibromyalgia? Preliminary results. Poster presented at the 10th European Music Therapy Conference, 2016, Vienna, Austria. July 05-09.

Amy Clements-Cortes, Heidi Ahonen, Morris Freedman, Lee Bartel. Short Term Effects of Rhythmic Sensory Stimulation in Alzheimer’s Disease.  26th Rotman Research Institute Conference, Toronto, Ontario. (PR). March 2016

Braun Janzen, T; Bartel, L. (2015) Examining the effect of expertise and training on movement control: a comparison between musicians and athletes. Paper presented at The Southern Ontario Motor Behaviour Symposium, University of Toronto. Toronto, Canada. May.

Braun Janzen, T; Bartel, L. (2015) Can We Improve Patients’ Quality of Life Using Sounds? Examining the Effectiveness of Rhythmic Sensory Stimulation on the Treatment of Fibromyalgia and Major Depressive Disorder. Poster presented at The 2015 Collaborative Program In Neuroscience (CPIN) Research Day, University of Toronto. Toronto, Canada.
 
Braun Janzen, T; Bartel, L. (2015) Can We Improve Patients’ Quality of Life Using Sounds? Examining the Effectiveness of Rhythmic Sensory Stimulation with Low-Frequency Sounds on the Treatment of Fibromyalgia and Major Depressive Disorder. Poster presented at The 11th Annual NeuroMusic Conference, McMaster University. Hamilton, Canada.

Bina John, Linda Cameron, Lee Bartel. "Creative Musical Play: An Innovative Approach to Early Childhood Music Education in an Urban Community School of Music." International Symposium on the Sociology of Music Education, Loyola University, New Orleans. June 14 - June 19 2015

Smith, L., Chen, J., Bartel, L., Joglekar, S. The effects of musical rehabilitation in adult
cochlear implant recipients on music perception, music enjoyment, and speech perception. E-poster. 12th European Symposium on Pediatric Cochlear Implants. June, 2015.
 
Clements-Cortes, A., Ahonen, H., Freedman, M., Bartel, L. (2015). Good Vibrations, Sound Stimulation, Rhythmic Sensory Stimulation and Alzheimer’s Disease. Online Conference for Music Therapy, Feb 2015.  

Smith, L., Chen, J., Joglekar, S., Friesen, L., Bartel, L. (2014). Musical rehabilitation in adult cochlear implant recipients with a self-administered software: MusicEAR. Podium Presentation. 14th Symposium on Cochlear Implants in Children. December, 2014.

Smith, L., Chen, J., Bartel, L., Alexander, A., Amoodi, H. (2014). Validating the discriminatory properties and test-retest reliability of a diagnostic music battery for CI users: MusicEAR. Podium Presentation. 14th Symposium on Cochlear Implants in Children. December, 2014.

Smith, L., Chen, J., Friesen, L., Joglekar, S., Bartel, L. (2014).  Musical Rehabilitation in adult cochlear implant recipients with a self-administered software: MusicEAR. Podium Presentation. 13th International Conference on Cochlear Implants and Other Implantable Auditory Technologies. June, 2014.

Clements-Cortes, A., Ahonen, H., Freedman, M., Bartel, L. (2014) Rhythmic Sensory Stimulation and Alzheimer’s Disease. International Association for Music and Medicine 3rd International Conference, Toronto, Ontario, June 2014.

Clements-Cortes, A., Ahonen, H., Freedman, M., Bartel, L. (2014). Rhythmic Sensory Stimulation in Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s Disease. 43rd Annual Canadian Association on Gerontology Scientific and Educational Meeting, Niagara Falls, Ontario. Oct 2014.

Bartel, L., Amoodi, H., Friesen, L, & Chen J. "From Qualitative Cases to Theoretical Foundation for Music Enjoyment Ability Retraining" 12th International Conference on Cochlear Implants, May, 2012 Baltimore

Amoodi, H., Bartel, L, Friesen, L, & Chen J. "Construct Validity and Reliability of a Novel Music Assessment Tool for Cochlear Implant Users"   12th International Conference on Cochlear Implants, May, 2012 Baltimore

Amoodi, H., Bartel, L, Friesen, L, & Chen J. Test-retest Reliability and Internal Consistency of MusicEAR Administered to Cochlear Implant Users. Combined Otolaryngology Spring Meeting, San Diego April 2012.

Vause, L., Cameron, L., & Bartel, L. (2012). CLC Initiated Action Research as Means to Teacher Development: OECTA - 2009 – 2011.  American Education Research Association. Vancouver April 15.

Bartel, L, Willingham, L, & Cameron, L. (2012).  Changing Perspectives and Pedagogy through Collaborative Learning Communities. American Education Research Association. Vancouver April 15.

Monk, A., Bartel, L., Willingham, L. (2012) The Content of Change: An Analysis of Collaborative Learning Communities’ Decisions. American Education Research Association. Vancouver April 15.

Willingham, L., Bartel, L., Rodrigues, J., Jamieson, D. (2012). Engage to Create: A Collaborative Learning Project Report. Ontario Education Research Symposium 2012, Education Research and Evaluation Strategy Branch, Ministry of Education. February 22

S Greenberg, L Bartel, L Friesen, V Lin, J Nedzelski, J Chen. Experience of Music Appreciation in Cochlear Implant Patients; A Qualitative Study.  Canadian Society of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery,  64th annual meeting. May 23-25 2010. Niagara Falls, Ontario.

Cameron, L. & Bartel, L.  Knowledge Equity in the Music Classroom or Studio: Dilemmas of Pedagogy, International Conference on Multidisciplinary Research in Music Pedagogy May 26 to 29, 2010 University of Ottawa.

Bartel, L. Equity on the Podium: Implications for Pedagogical Choices. International Conference on Multidisciplinary Research in Music Pedagogy May 26 to 29, 2010 University of Ottawa.

Sprikut, Leonid & Bartel, Lee. (2010). Culture, Music, and Pedagogic Multiculturalism: Cross-Cultural Adaptation of Music Teaching. ISME Conference, Beijing, China.
 
Chen, J., Bartel, L., Alexander, A., & Friesen, L. From Fragments to the whole: A comparison between cochlear implant users and normal hearing listeners in music perception and enjoyment. 27th Politzer Society Meeting, London UK, Sept. 5, 2009

Alexander, A, Bartel, L, Friesen, L, Shipp, D. and Chen J.  From Fragments to the Whole: A Comparison between Cochlear Implant Users and Normal Hearing Listeners in Music Perception and Enjoyment.  Presented at the Percy Ireland Day, University of Toronto, Department of Otolaryngology--Head & Neck Surgery. May 2009. This paper was winner of  "Overall Best Paper."

Alexander, A, Bartel, L, Friesen, L, Shipp, D. and Chen J.  From Fragments to the Whole: A Comparison between Cochlear Implant Users and Normal Hearing Listeners in Music Perception and Enjoyment.  May, 11, 2009. CSO-HNS 63rd Annual Meeting, Dalhousie University, Halifax
Winner of the Annual Resident's Competition (national prize)
 
Invited Academic Presentations (total 61)
 
Bartel, L. Effects of Music as Sound on Body, Blood, Bone & Brain. Grey Highlands Probus. June 12, 2019.
 
Bartel, L.  “Music in Long-term Care: Science and Solace.” Plenary Presentation. Symposium – Music, Health &  Wellbeing. Setubal, Portugal – May 26-27. 2019
 
Bartel, L. How Music Can Impact Health. Later Life Learning, Stouffville, ON. May 6, 2019.
 
Mosabbir AA, Bartel L. Music Research Program for Chronic Pain (MRP-CP): Examining the Effects of Rhythmic Sensory Stimulation and Music as Complementary Therapy for Chronic Pain. Chronic Pain Network Annual Meeting, Toronto, ON, April 2019

Mosabbir, AA; Braun Janzen, T; McKetton, L; Meltzer, J; Bartel, L. An investigation into the effects of Rhythmic Sensory Stimulation on Fibromyalgia symptoms. Poster Presentation. Chronic Pain Network Annual Meeting, Toronto, ON, April 2019.
 
Bartel, L. Rhythmic Sensory Stimulation as a Potential Treatment for Neurological Conditions. City-wide Behavioural Neurology Rounds, Baycrest Centre, Oct 25, 2017.

Bartel, L. Rhythmic Sensory Stimulation: A Developing Neurological Treatment. City-wide Behavioural Neurology Rounds, Baycrest Centre, Oct 17, 2018.

Bartel, L. Music Intervention Innovations, School of Nursing, University of Alberta, Edmonton, June 3, 2018.

Bartel, L. The Surprising Effect of Music and Vibration. Life Long Learning Group, University of Toronto, May 2, 2018.

Bartel, L. The Place of Music in Health Care. ArtBeat, University of Toronto, May 1, 2018.

Braun Janzen, T. Paneduro, D.; Amarasinghe, K.; Picard, L.; Gordon, A.; Bartel, L. CAN-BIND Music therapy studies. Presentation at the CAN-BIND Family and Friends Day: Exercise, Nutrition and Wellness in Depression. Toronto, Canada. January 31st, 2018.

Bartel, L. October 2017. Music Medicine: Sound at the Cellular Level. TEDx Collingwood.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wDZgzsQh0Dw

Bartel, L. How Music Can Impact Your Health. Probus Club of Toronto, May 10, 2017.

Braun Janzen, Thenille; Downar, Jonathan; Giacobbe, Peter; Rotzinger, S.; Bartel, Lee; Kennedy, Sidney. (2017) Examining the effect of music and rhythmic sensory stimulation on major depression disorder: preliminary pilot results. Poster presented at The Canadian Biomarker Integration Network in Depression Annual Meeting. Toronto, Canada. January 27.

Bartel, L. Music Medicine and Pain. Room 217 Webinar Series. May 11, 2016.

Bartel, L. Driving Your Brain Normal with Sound. Sounds of Science: Music, Technology, Medicine. University of Toronto Faculty of Music and Engineering Engagement. May 2, 2016.

Clements-Cortés, A, Ahonen, H., Freedman, M. & Bartel, L. (2016) Short Term Effects of Rhythmic Sensory Stimulation in Alzheimer’s Disease. Poster at Sounds of Science: Music, Technology, Medicine, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario,  May.

Bartel, L. Music and the Brain. In “Our Beautiful Baffling Brains Series,” BlueWater Association Life-Long Learning, Owen Sound, April 14, 2016

Braun Janzen, T.; Howard, A.; Vuong, V. Bartel, L. (2016) Music and Chronic Pain: An Overview of the research projects at the Wasser Pain Management Centre. Talk at the Mount Sinai Hospital Educational Rounds. Toronto, Canada.  March 24, 2016

Bartel, L. Response to Music: Mind, Brain, Body.  University of South Florida, Graduate Seminar, March 3, 2016

Braun Janzen, T.; Rotzinger, S.; Giacobbe, P.; Downar, J.; Kennedy, S.; Bartel, L. (2016) CAN-BIND 7: Rhythmic Sensory Stimulation Project. Paper presented at The Canadian Biomarker Integration Network in Depression Annual Meeting. Toronto, Canada. January 28-29.

Braun Janzen, T.; Rotzinger, S.; Giacobbe, P.; Downar, J.; Kennedy, S.; Bartel, L. (2016) Examining the effect of music and rhythmic sensory stimulation on major depression disorder: protocol overview. Poster presented at The Canadian Biomarker Integration Network in Depression Annual Meeting. Toronto, Canada. January 28-29, 2016

Braun Janzen, T.; Rotzinger, S.; Giacobbe, P.; Downar, J.; Kennedy, S.; Bartel, L. (2016) Examining the Effects of Rhythmic Sensory Stimulation on Major Depressive Disorder: Research Activity Report. Paper presented at The Music and Health Research Collaboratory Annual Meeting: The State of the MaHRC. Toronto, Canada. January 26.

Bartel, L. “State of the MaHRC”: Overview of Current MaHRC Research.  Faculty of Music, University of Toronto, January 26, 2016.

Bartel, L. How Music can Impact our Health, University of Toronto Alumni Talks, Fairview Hotel, Edmonton. November 16, 2015

Bartel, L. “The Science of Music in Memory Care” Keynote Talk. Music Care Conference, Mississauga. Saturday Nov 7, 2015
 
Bartel, L. Brain rehabilitation to recover hearing with cochlear implants.  Music Care Conference, Mississauga. Saturday Nov 7, 2015

Braun Janzen, T; Bartel, L. (2015) MaHRC - Current research in Music & Health.  Presentation at Music Care Conference. Hamilton, Canada. November 7, 2015

Amy Clements-Cortes, Heidi Ahonen, Morris Freedman, Lee Bartel. Rhythmic Sensory Stimulation and Alzheimer’s Disease. Music Care Conference, Mississauga, Ontario. Nov 7, 2015

Bartel, L. Music as Brain Stimulation in Cardiac Rehabilitation. Music Care Conference, Mississauga. Saturday Nov 7, 2015

Bartel, L. Participation in Panel Discussion on Interconnections between Art and Health.  Art Heals Health Heals Art Conference. Toronto,  Oct 28, 2015

Bartel, L. Music and Wellness throughout Life. St Michael’s University School, Victoria BC. October 2, 2015

Bartel, L. The Science in the Power of Music Lafayette Health Awareness Series, Victoria BC, October 1, 2015

Bartel, L. Music and Aging Research – What is and What Might Be. University of Victoria, Centre for Aging. October 1, 2015

Bartel, L. Interface of Music and Health, University of Victoria, Medical and Music Student Lunch, October 1, 2015

Amy Clements-Cortes, Heidi Ahonen, Morris Freedman, Lee Bartel. Recent Alzheimer’s Research: Short Term Effects of Rhythmic Sensory Stimulation on Alzheimer Patients. Music and Health Colloquium, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario. Sept. 29, 2015

Bartel, L. “Music and the Brain” Toronto Ravel Group of Composers, October 7, 2014 (60 minute presentation).

Bartel, L. “Music and Mental Health: A Model of the Music Effect.”  University of Toronto Mindfest, October 6, 2014. (60 minute presentation)

Bartel, L. “A Model of Music Effect for Therapy.” Rehabilitation Science Rounds, October 2, 2014, Graduate Department of Rehabilitation Science, U of T.

Bartel, L. “Sound Health: How and Why Music can Play a Role in Aging.” Keynote talk. Excellence in Aging Care Symposium, Fredericton, September 24-26, 2014.

Bartel, L. “Music Medicine in Neuro-Rehabilitation: Foundations and Applications of Sound Stimulation.”  Presentation to the University of Toronto, Connaught Foundation Committee: May 13, 2014.

Bartel, L. “The beat goes on: Drums keep pounding rhythm to the brain” Room 217 Foundation Webinar – May 7, 2014.

Bartel, L. Participated in 2 hour panel on Music and Brain. Toronto Ravel Study Group, April 15, 2014.
 
Bartel, L. “Neural driving effects of music and sound.” Health Aging and Popular Music, Graduate Musicology Course, U of T. March 12, 2014.

Bartel, L. “Neuroscience and Pedagogy.” Conference of Independent Schools Music Teachers: January 29, 2014
 
Bartel, L. “Learning Styles and the Implications for Teaching.” Vocal Pedagogy Class, Univ of Toronto, January 21, 2014.

Bartel, L. “The Music and Health Connection: Illustrating a Research Model”- SKULE Lunch & Learn, U of T Engineering Alumni Assoc. January 14, 2014 (2 hour presentation and questions).

Clements-Cortes, A., Ahonen, H., Freedman, M., Bartel, L. Nov. 2013 Good Vibrations: Rhythmic Sensory Stimulation and Alzheimer’s. Music Medicine Research Symposium, MaHRC, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario

Bartel, L “Sound Health: Potential for Music Effects in Aging.” Institute for Life Course and Aging, Webinar. March 13, 2014

Smith, L., Chen, J., Bartel, L., Friesen, L., & Joglekar, S. (2013).  MusicEAR: A rehabilitative software for CI users. Podium Presentation. Med-EL Canadian Research Meeting, Zell am Ziller, Austria; December 2013.

Bartel, L. “Face the Music: Conditions of Learning Music. ” Play Drama & the Arts Course, OISE UT. 60 minute. November 13, 2013

Bartel, L. plus panel members:  “Music and Quality of Life.” Music Care Conference, Toronto, November 10, 2013

Bartel, L. “Music Therapy to Music Medicine.” Music Care Conference, University of Toronto Nov 10, 2013.

Bartel, L. “MaHRC and Developing a Research Agenda.” Health Arts and Humanities Program, Mount Sinai, Oct 16, 2013

Bartel, L. “Sound Health: How and Why can Music Play a Role in Aging.” Metropolitan United Church, Toronto: Sept 29, 2013

Bartel, L. “Sound in Body and Mind: Experiences, Explanations, Expectations of the Interface of Sound and Health.” Bridgepoint Research Collaboratory, Toronto: June 1, 2013

Bartel, L. “Sound Health- Exploring the Therapeutic Interface Between Music, Mind & Body.” Ontario Medical Association, Doctor’s Lounge Lecture Series. January 22, 2013. 90 minute presentation followed by 60 minutes questions. 65 medical doctors in attendance.

Bartel, L  “Extra-Musical Learning Effects of Music Instruction.”  Play Drama & the Arts, OISE UT. Guest lecture in graduate course. 60 minute. October 16, 2012

Bartel, L & Cameron, L. “Face the Music: Conditions of Learning Music” Play Drama & the Arts, OISE UT. Guest lecture in graduate course. 60 minute. October 16, 2012

Bartel, L. “Sound Health: A Model of Human Response to Sound applied to Therapy” Music for Healing and Transition Program, Annual Conference, Arden, North Carolina, October 18-20, 2012.  (90 minute Keynote)

Bartel, L. “Crafting Your Sound for Effect.” Music for Healing and Transition Program, Annual Conference, Arden, North Carolina, October 18-20, 2012.  (90 minute presentation)

Bartel, L. “Sound in Body and Mind: Exploring the Interface of Music and Health.” Kings College Circle Heritage Society, October 25, 2012.

Bartel, L.  “Sound in Body and Mind: Experiences, Explanations, Expectations of the Interface of Sound and Health.”  Adult Day-Care Association, Ottawa Conference March 9, 2012

Bartel, L. “Extra-Musical Learning Effects of Music Instruction.” 90 minute Guest lecture in  Play Drama & the Arts, OISE UT graduate course. November 8, 2011

Bartel, L. “Psych-social Effects of Pedagogical Choices in Music Instruction.” 90 minute Guest lecture in  Play Drama & the Arts, OISE UT graduate course. November 8, 2011
 
Bartel, L. “21st Century Music Education: Paradigms,  Challenges, and Emerging Trends.”Association of Music Administrators of Manitoba. Keynote Presentation – 80 minutes, October 20, 2011.

Bartel, L. “Is Music Education Relevant?”Association of Music Administrators of Manitoba. Keynote Presentation – 60 minutes.  October 20, 2011

Bartel, L & Cameron, L. “ Critical Questions for Music Education.” Association of Music Administrators of Manitoba. 80 minutes.  October 20, 2011

Bartel, L.  “Sound in Body and Mind: Experiences, Explanations, Expectations of the Interface of Sound and Health.”  Mount Sinai Hospital, Wasser Pain Clinic Rounds. March 3, 2011.

Bartel, L.  “Personality, Learning Style, and Music Pedagogy.”  Two Guest lectures in Prof. Lorna MacDonald’s pedagogy classes – Graduate and undergraduate.  March 1, 2011.

Bartel, L. “Why Does Music Work? A Neuroscience Perspective.” Music Care Conference, November 6, 2010. Waterloo ON.

Bartel, L & Cameron, L.  “Report on the OECTA Collaborative Learning Communities Project 2010.” OECTA Summer Research Conference ( July 6, 2010).
 
Bartel, L. & Cameron, L. “Homework: The new TDSB policy and it implications for parental support.” Central Technical High School, TDSB. Parent Council. October 29, 2009
 
Bartel, L. "The methodological implications of a research question." DocTalk – OISE –September 16, 2009, 12:00 – 2:00.
 
                                                    RECORDINGS,  SOFTWARE, THERAPEUTIC DEVICES

Research-based Designer Music for Health (total 27 albums)

Music for the Mind: Happiness.  Designed by Lee Bartel, Liner notes by Lee Bartel, Composed and performed by Adam Goddard. Spring 2010. Avalon Music, Sonic Aid Series, Somerset Entertainment, International Distribution

Deep Relaxation.  Designed by Lee Bartel, Liner notes by Lee Bartel, Composed and performed by Kostas. Summer 2009. Avalon, Sonic Aid Series, Somerset Entertainment, International Distribution

Relax Naturally, Designed by Lee Bartel, Liner notes by Lee Bartel, Composed and performed by Chris Phillips. Spring 2009. With Nature sounds by Dan Gibson. Solitudes, Somerset Entertainment, International Distribution

Sleep Therapy Designed by Lee Bartel, Liner notes by Lee Bartel, Composed and performed by Daniel May. Spring 2009. Avalon, Sonic Aid Series, Somerset Entertainment, International Distribution

Music to Inspire Positive Thinking  CD and Tape in the series, SonicAid. All music designed by Lee Bartel, liner notes by Lee Bartel, composed and performed by John Herberman. International distribution. Released Winter 2009.

Music for Children (total 70 albums)

Fisher Price Music Series:  My involvement was developing content concepts, selecting music materials, writing song material (membership in SOCAN), creating research-based music parameters for all recording followed by composers and arrangers, coaching singers, participating in recording and mixing sessions, writing all liner notes with use suggestions for parents, recording personal material.

Recordings 2010 – 2011
1.    Sleeping for Two (New series for mothers)
2.    German Lullabies
3.    Counting Songs          
4.    Italian Sing along Favourites & Lullabies

Recordings 2009 – 2010
Zen Lullaby
Douce Nuit
Noche de Paz
Ocean Wonders: Twinkle, Twinkle Little Starfish

Recordings 2008 - 2009
Classic Baby: Bach
Itsy Bitsy Spider
Dansons La Capucine
The Best of Little People
Safety Songs
Let’s go to the Zoo
Do The Hokey Pokey - Learning with Action Songs

Software
 
hearTunes.  MusicEAR Diagnostic and Retraining – combined into one package and renamed. Commercialized by MED-EL  2016.
 
Music – Enjoyment Ability Retraining (Music –EAR)- Diagnostic Version. Diagnostic software for cochlear implant recipients designed on an attention development model. Funding by Sunnybrook Hospital: $60,000.00. US Utility Patent Applied for under sole inventor, Lee Bartel. Published to Public 2013

Music – Enjoyment Ability Retraining (Music –EAR)- Training Version. Trial commenced at Sunnybrook April 2012.  US Utility Patent Applied for under sole inventor, Lee Bartel. Funding: MED-EL $135,000.  Published to Public 2013

Listen-up, intellectual ownership, copyright assigned to Bloorview MacMillan.  Software employing music strategies to rehabilitate attention in brain-injured patients. Partly developed with research money from my grants and as part of my research studies.  1998

Therapeutic Devices

KKT International – created clinical vibroacoustic therapy table with Headwaters Corp. and sound therapy tracks with clinical treatment protocols to be used in clinics world-wide. 2019 -

Puzhen Life, Aroma Therapy Devices – created 35 five-minute tracks for specific health goals and mental states. 2017.

Oregon Scientific, a bedside sleep monitor. I designed and created 7 music/sound tracks to facilitate sleeping and waking. Product launched in Beijing. Distribution: worldwide.  

Sound Oasis, VTS1000 – Vibroacoustic Therapy System – manufactured and marketed by Headwaters Inc. Product development and testing. Designed and created and selected 60 minutes of music for this device (embedded). Distribution: worldwide.

Sound Oasis, 650 - SC-300-01 Desk-top sound device for mind state effects. Manufactured and marketed by Headwaters Inc. I created 6 looping sound tracks for a memory card proprietary to this device. Distribution: worldwide.
 
                                                                     INTERVIEWS, MEDIA APPEARANCES,
                                                                      MEDIA COVERAGE OF RESEARCH

 
Music and Health (about 40 total)
  • Globe & Mail - Good Vibrations: The Healing Power of Sound. https://www.theglobeandmail.com/life/article-good-vibrations-the-healing-power-of-sound/ . October 17, 2019
  • CTV – feature health news story on Alzheimer’s sound stimulation study. April 21, 2016
  • CityTV–feature health news story on Alzheimer’s sound stimulation study.April 26, 2016
  • Globe & Mail – “Sound Vibration treatment may boost brain activity in Alzheimer’s patients. Adriana Barton. April 27, 2016.
  • Jazz FM interview – April 26 and May 1 – on May 3, 2016 Sounds of Science event.
  • Alan Cross interview – email question interview for blog article
  • January 19, 2015 – video interview for Research2Reality, Launch, May 11, 2015 at MaRS Discovery District. Organized by Dr. Molly Soichet.
  • MaHRC Featured in “Inside the World’s Great Questions” – The VP Research Annual Brochure.
  • CIUT radio interview, February 25, 2014. Interview with Jim Elson on Music and Health
  • Daily Planet on Discover Channel, April 2 2013 features my research with Dr. David Alter on music in cardio rehabilitation. This study, funded by Ontario Centres of Excellence, is examining effect of music and "beat enhanced" music on fitness levels and self-efficacy of cardio-rehab patients. http://watch.discoverychannel.ca/clip897458#clip897458
  • CNN Piece on Adrian Anatawan, Friday March 22, 2013. Interviewed and quoted in the piece by Brandon Griggs. http://www.cnn.com/2013/03/15/tech/innovation/adrian-anantawan-violinist/index.html
  • Documentary Film on Music Therapy and Music Medicine – “A Notable Difference.” Dan Eisen, Director/Producer.  Consulting and 90 minute Interview, August 2012
  • U of T Magazine:  A feature story in the summer 2012 issue of UofT Magazine was published in paper and online. The article focuses on MaHRC and the research of MaHRC Associates. http://www.magazine.utoronto.ca/feature/perfect-harmony-music-therapy-art-medicine-alison-motluk/
  • The University of Toronto eBulletin ran a story on May 7, 2012 focusing on the research of MaHRC Associates, Quincy Almeida and Heidi Ahonen from Laurier University. Heidi Ahonen, Dr. Lili Naghdi and Lee Bartel have a study underway examining vibroacoustic therapy with fibromyalgia. http://www.news.utoronto.ca/good-vibrations-using-sound-treat-disease
  • TVO The Agenda with Steve Paikin. November 24, 2011 15 minute one-on-one segment on Music therapy and Music medicine.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9XWnkwAqGp8
Homework Research – TV, Radio, and Press Interviews (total 28 in 2008-09)
  • Nov 19, 2009 Interview by Steve Madely, CFRA Ottawa Radio at 7:10 – 7:20 am  
  • Nov 18, 2009  Interview by Globe & Mail with Erin Anderssen
  • March 24, 2009 CBC Kelowna - Marion Barschel on Daybreak Kelowna  10 minutes 
Related to "Engage or Disengage" study
  • CBC Radio Interviews (10 interviews about 5 minutes each)
  • CBC TV Newsworld - Talk TV with Anne Petrie - a 45 minute cross-Canada phone-in talk show. December 12, 7:15 - 8:00 pm. 
  • Talk 640 Horseman/Leaderman Show. November 20, 1998
  • Research Reported in articles in:
  • Globe & Mail, Thursday November 20,
  • Globe & Mail Friday November 21,
  • Globe & Mail Editorial, November 22,
  • Ottawa Citizen,
  • U of T Bulletin,
  • University of Western Ontario Gazette,
  • Ming Po Chinese Newspaper,
  • Thompson News Service (130 papers),                
  • Macleans Magazine
Performance Anxiety in Professional Orchestras Research (6 interviews/articles)

Other Research Media Coverage & Appearances (many)
  • TVO – Your Voice – February 16, 2010. Panelist on a 30 minute TV show on the topic of “Music and Your Child”

                                                      OTHER PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS
 
Vice Chair of the Board and Chair of the Research and Development Committee, Room 217 Foundation. 2017 – present

Member of the Board and Co-Chair of the Research and Education Committee, Artists Health Alliance, 2015-2018.

Advisory Council of the “Reaching Out through Music” St James Town Project. 2012 -

Coalition for Music Education Advisory Council, 2012 - 2014

Regent Park Music Conservatory, Strategic Planning Committee: 2010 – 2016; Program Committee: 2010 - 2016

El Sistema Toronto - Evaluation Committee – 2011- 12

Board Member, Alternative Arts Education Association, 2008 - 2010
 
 
                                                          RESEARCH PROJECTS & FUNDS
 
 
Studies Funded and Completed or in Progress (Last 10 years)
Study TitleRole and teamGrant & SourceFund
Period
Pain Studies
      a. RSS on Fibromyalgia
      b. RSS mechanism on   Fibromyalgia
      c. RSS on Ehlors Danlos   Syndrome
Bartel, PI. with Allan Gordon, Veronica Vuong, Larry M. Picard, Hanna Faghfoury, Sally Chung, Denise Paneduro, Leah R. Pink, Abdullah Mosabbir, Ana Andreazza, Jed Meltzer, Thenille Braun Janzen$50,000 Connaught
$218,000 Pain Network
2015-2021
Creative Later Life in a Digital Age: Mobilizing Music and Creative Technologies for inclusive later-life musical learning and participationBartel Role: Collaborator
PI: Andrea Creech, and large team.
$200,000  SSHRC Partnership Grant2018-2021
Comparison of RSS and Personal Playlist Music for Alzheimer’sCo-PIs L Bartel and Amy Clements Cortes with Susan Zorz and Danielle Nicholls$15,000 in kind from Glebe Centre2019-2020
Rhythmic Sensory Stimulation (RSS) and Major DepressionBartel Co-PI with Sid Kennedy, Susan Rotzinger. Team:  Thenille Braun Janzen, Jonathan Downar, Peter Giacobbe, Abdullah Mosabbir$50,000
Connaught Grant
2015- 2019
The Efficacy of Personalized Audio-Playlists with Rhythmic Auditory Stimulation on Exercise Adherence in Cardiac Rehabilitation.David Alter PI;  
Lee Bartel Co-applicant
Guy Faulkner, Jack Goodman, Jessica Grahn, Susan Marzolini, Paul Oh, Donald Redelmeier, Therese Stukel, Laurel Trainor, Michael Thaut
$218,000 Heart & Stroke Foundation2015-2019
Combating Loneliness Among People with Moderate to Severe Dementia: A Pilot Study Assessing Feasibility of an Innovative Music-Based Group Activity InterventionPersonal Role: Co-applicant.
With PI: O'Rourke HM.
CoAs: Hopper T, Hoben M, Archibald M
$15,000 Project development grant from CIHR2017-2018
Music Care to Reduce Loneliness and Isolation in Three Ontario Long-term Care HomesCo-Investigators: Chelsea Mackinnon, Bev Foster, Sarah Pearson, Lee Bartel$75,000 Ontario Trillium Foundation. OTF’s Seed
Granting Stream
2016-2017
Study of Violinist’s Musculoskeletal Problems and PreventionsL Bartel and Linnea Thacker$105,000 CIHR2014-2017
A Multi-stage Study of Cochlear Implant Recipients’ Enjoyment of MusicBartel music research lead with Joe Chen,
 
$220,000, MED-EL2011-2016
Effect of Rhythmic Sensory Stimulation on Alzheimer’sCo-PIs: L Bartel H Ahonen, M Freedman. Team Members: Amy Clements-Cortes, Dr. Sharon Cohen, Angela Colantonio, Michael J Evans$127,000
Music and Health Research Collaboratory
2013-2016
Bridgepoint Hospital Music Optimization StudyBartel, Co-PI with Renee Lyons and Michelle Nelson.  Bev Foster, Aimee Berends, Sarah Pearson, Jennifer Ridgeway, Ian Sinclair$15,000 Bridgepoint Foundation2014- 2015
Building Creative Ability in Youth through Multimodal-Literacy-Focused Music CreationBartel, PI$20,000 SSHRC  - To develop Partnership Grant application2014-2015
Connaught Global ChallengeBartel, PI$115,000 Connaught Foundation2012-2014
Development of Graded
Listening for Rehabilitation of
Cochlear Implant Users
Bartel, PI$10,000  Mood
Entertainment
$5000 self-funded
2011-2014, 2017-18
Reciprocal learning in teacher education and school education between Canada and ChinaBartel, Co-applicant$3.381 Million SSHRC Partnership Grants2013-2020
-withdrew in 2014
Physiologic-sensing music assistive devices for exercise self-management adherence and cardiovascular healthDavid Alter PI;  Bartel Co-investigator$67,000 Ontario Centres of
Excellence
2012-2013
A study of the effect of
Vibroacoustic Therapy on Fibromyalgia
Bartel co-researcher$10,000 Dr. Naghdi plus Laurier Centre for Music Therapy Research2012-2013
A study of the effect of
auditory stimulated sleep induction on fibromyalgia.
Bartel, PI$10,000  Rasch Foundation2011-2013
Engaging Students through Collaborative Music Creation
– Expert Visit
Bartel, PI$12,300 Ministry of
Education through
KNAER
2011-2012
Engaging Students through Collaborative Music Creation
– Collaborative Learning Communities.
Bartel, PI$51,900 Ministry of
Education through
KNAER
2011-2012
International Symposium on Performance ScienceBartel Co-Chair, SSHRC Applicant$23,300  SSHRC2011-2012
A Study of the OECTA
Ministry of Education Funded Collaborative Learning Communities Project 2009-11
Bartel-Cameron, Research leads,
Vause –Project Lead
$1.1 million awarded from Ontario Ministry of Education through OECTA2009-2011
Last 10 year total grants (not counting the one I withdrew from)$2,603,200