Chelsie Haaland has worked with individuals with a variety of developmental and acquired communication and feeding/swallowing disorders.
Dr. Hanson practiced as an augmentative communication (AAC) specialist at the TRACE Center, an AAC clinic in Madison, Wisconsin.
Dr. Stanford researches the impact of cognitive and communicative disorders on academics and status offense charges in youth placed at-risk for delinquency.
Dr. Koch researches early intervention and early childhood/preschool, with particular emphasis with children who are highly unintelligible.
Dr. Mantie-Kozlowski conducts research in the areas of acquired speech and language disorders and is interested in the scholarship of teaching and learning.
Dr. Babiak researches the neurophysiology of cognitive-linguistic function, clinical teaching, and maximizing functional communication for all patients.
Dr. Gillispie is interested in culturally-responsive services, especially to children and families from Native American communities.
Dr. Maria Dietrich is an assistant professor and the director of the Vocal Control and Vocal Well-Being Lab at the University of Missouri
Dr. Roberts is the Principal Investigator of the Language and Communication in Aging and Neurodegeneration Research Group at Northwestern.
Dr. Levy researches treatment efficacy for increasing intelligibility in English, French and Korean-speaking children with dysarthria due to cerebral palsy.