Barbara May Bernhardt, Ph.D.
Phonological, phonetic and general language development (typical and protracted); First Nations English dialects and implications for assessment and intervention
John H. V. Gilbert, Ph.D.
Professor Emeritus: speech perception, brain and language, acquisition of phonetic aspects of language; inter-professional education
Donald D. Greenwood, Ph.D.
Professor Emeritus: psychoacoustics; physiology of hearing
Carolyn E. Johnson, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor Emerita: Child language; discourse analysis; language acquisition & blindness
Judith Johnston, Ph.D.
Professor Emerita: Child language; language and cognition; developmental language disorders
Barbara Purves, Ph.D.
Associate Professor Emeritus: Acquired neurogenic communication disorders including aphasia and dementia, conversation analysis, technology
David R. Stapells, Ph.D.
Professor Emeritus: Hearing science; human auditory physiology; electrophysiological assessment; infant hearing screening and assessment
Noelle Lamb, M.Sc.
Senior Instructor: Adult aural rehabilitation; clinical education
Elizabeth MacLeod, M.Sc.
Senior Instructor: Clinical education; acquired language disorders
Sharon Adelman, M.Sc.
Clinical education; Audiology
Lisa Avery, M.H.Sc.
Fluency and stuttering; clinical education