Heather Flowers, PhD - Post-stroke dysphagia and communication impairments: implications for cross-system management in the acute setting
The School is pleased to announce we will be hosting a Prospective Student's Day on Saturday, March 24th, 2018. From 1-4 pm we're opening our doors to admitted MScA and PhD prospective students as well as others who want to learn more about our program. Attendees are welcome to drop by any time between 1 and 4pm. You will have the chance to meet current students, faculty and staff, explore the facilities, hear details about our programs as well as participate in interactive clinical activities as current students try out their skills on participants!
Dr. Barbara Lewis - Professor - Department of Psychological Sciences - Case Western Reserve University
Genetics of Language and Learning Disorders: A New Era of Discovery
World Voice Day Voice Screening
Does your throat feel tired, feel sore or even disappear after teaching, singing, coaching, talking at the front desk, a night out or even coughing? Come to get your voice condition screened.
Questionnaire, perceptual voice evaluation and computerized voice analysis will be conducted. You will be advised whether you are at high risk or may already have voice disorders. If unfortunately so, you will be referred to our World Voice Day Ear-Nose-Throat doctor at MGH for further medical consultation.