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Neural Bases of Speech and Swallowing Disorders Laboratory

Social Work Building, Room 137

The goal of this laboratory is to develop an understanding of the neural and physiological mechanisms underlying a variety of communication and swallowing disorders including neuromotor speech disorders, stuttering and dysphagia. We are also interested in understanding the role that these mechanisms play in the assessment and treatment of these disorders.

About Speech and Swallowing Disorders

These disorders include problems with articulation, phonological processes, stuttering, and difficulties with chewing and/or swallowing.

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Research Projects

We are working to create better diagnostic tools and treatments for speech and swallowing disorders.

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Laboratory Personnel

Our graduate student researchers bring a variety of experience to the laboratory.

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For more information, or to inquire about research opportunities in the lab, please contact:

Renee Fabus, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, TSHH
Associate Professor
Communication Sciences and Disorders
p – 516.877.4769 (office)
p – 516.877.4063 (lab)

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