(For the academic year 2015 to 2016)
Barbara May Bernhardt, Ph.D.
Phonological, phonetic and general language development (typical and protracted); First Nations English dialects and implications for assessment and intervention
Valter Ciocca, Ph.D.
Auditory scene analysis; auditory grouping of speech and non-speech sounds; perception and production of normal and disordered speech
Anthony Herdman, Ph.D.
Audiology; visual perceptions, attention, language and memory
Lorienne M. Jenstad, Ph.D.
Audiology; hearing aids and amplification; auditory aging
Stefka H. Marinova-Todd , ED.D.
Second language acquisition; language development and language learning difficulties of bilingual children
Navid Shahnaz, Ph.D.
Diagnostic audiology, including multifrequency tympanometry and acoustic reflex studies in adults and newborns
Jeff Small, Ph.D.
Acquired language disorders, including dementia and aphasia; adult language processing/psycholinguistics
Susan Small, Ph.D.
Paola Colozzo, Ph.D.
Developmental language disorders; language and cognition; discourse, assessment and intervention for children with diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds . Dysphagia
Tami Howe, Ph.D.
Acquired language disorders; aphasia
Stacey Skoretz, Ph.D.
Marcia Choi, M.Sc.
Clinical Education and Coordinator; Interprofessionalism
Wendy Duke, M.Sc.
Acquired communication disorders; clinical education
Glenda Mason, Ph.D.
Instructor, Developmental Communication Disorders; Clinical Educator
Eavan Sinden, M.Sc.
Aphasia; clinical education
Clinical Associate Professor
Linda Rammage, Ph.D.
Voice science & voice pathology
Sandra Taylor, M.Sc.
Clinical education; early language development and disorders
Darlene Hicks, M.Sc.
Clinical education; audiology
Cheryl McGee, M.Sc.
Rachel S. Richards, M.P.T.