This symposium brings together researchers and practitioners from the greater Cincinnati community to discuss innovative approaches to difficult research questions in the areas of speech, voice and swallowing. With a focus on advanced instrumentation and technology, the symposium aims to cultivate multidisciplinary collaborations across the areas of speech-language pathology, laryngology, engineering, and speech/voice science.
NEXT MEETING INFO
July, 2023, Date T.B.D.
Health Sciences Building
3225 Eden Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45267
To be announced
ASHA CEUs may be available for speech-language pathologists.
Victoria McKenna, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, College of Allied Health Sciences
Rebecca Howell, M.D., College of Medicine
Sid Khosla, M.D., College of Medicine
Haley Doerr, B.S.
Savannah Shanley, B.S.
Brittany Fletcher, M.S., CCC-SLP
PAST SYMPOSIUM INFORMATION
Technology in dysphagia therapies: Biofeedback tools now and on the horizon — Brittany Brittany Krekeler, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
Shared and separate neuromuscular underpinning of motor speech and swallowing development in childhood — Rachel Hahn Arkenberg, M.S., CCC-SLP, CLC
Development of a smartphone application to track subjective and acoustic outcomes in chronic voice disorders — Aaron Friedman, M.D.
SUMMER 2022 MORE INFO
Voice and cough functions in individuals who use e-cigarettes — Jacqueline Meriwether, B.S., & Andres Llico, Ph.D.
Direct vs. indirect comparison of the synthetic glottal flow waveform — Jacob Michaud, B.S.
Targeted therapeutic delivery to address laryngotracheal fibrosis using mucoadhesive patches — Greg Dion, M.D.