Stuttering gene study
SINGER Harrison Craig is lending his voice to a large Australian-led international study aimed at unlocking the mysteries of stuttering.
The winner of the 2013 season of reality TV competition
The Voice has lived with a stutter since age four.
The singer will take part in the Genetics of Stuttering Study, by the NHMRC Centre of Research Excellence in Speech. The study aims to pinpoint the genes that predispose individuals to stuttering, which could revolutionise treatment and prevention.