The poster winners are Alexandra Olmsted (1st place), Aurora Foster (2nd place), and Sridurgadevi Kolla (3rd place). Lindsey Russo was named the Delta Omega abstract winner.
Researchers are looking for individuals who are between 14 to 18 years of age for a study on speech and language characteristics of individuals who are typically developing or who have a diagnosis of Autism.
The event was held March 25, 2017 by the student‐run UMass Stroke Support Group to raise awareness for stroke and aphasia.
New faculty include Timothy Ford, Professor and Chair of the Department of Environmental Health Sciences; Associate Professor of Community Health Education Susan Shaw; and Assistant Professors Xiangrong Kong (Biostatistics) and Sara Mamo (Communication Disorders).
The group will hold a networking event in Bethesda, MD, on Friday, March 31st, and another in Baltimore, MD, on Saturday, April 1st.
Team captain Lisa Sommers, Clinical Assistant Professor of Communication Disorders, invites students, faculty and staff from all departments within the SPHHS to join them this year as they try to reach their new fundraising goal of $3,000.
Researchers are looking for people who are 61-85 years old, learned English as their first language and have hearing loss.
A recent article in the <em>Daily Hampshire Gazette</em> highlights work by Tomma Henckel, Audiologist and Clinical Supervisor with a client coping with both hearing problems and Alzheimer's disease.
The event, scheduled for March 25 at 11:00 am in the Cape Cod Lounge, will celebrate the inspirational lives of UMass Stroke Support Group members through a dance and music showcase titled Shine a Light.
Pioneer Valley residents with Parkinson’s disease learn vocal training techniques from UMass Amherst communication disorders graduate students, instructed by clinical assistant professor Lisa Sommers.
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