(Aug. 1, 2023)Researching communication and human connection
A more personal look at what inspired Dr. Ellyn Riley, PI of the Aphasia Lab, to follow the path she has, along with perspective on being a woman in the sciences.
(June 26, 2023)Syracuse lab seeks to break isolation for stroke patients with aphasia (Guest Opinion by Ellyn Riley)
Aphasia makes communication more difficult, and can lead to isolation, writes university researcher developing treatments and raising awareness of the disorder.
(June 20, 2023)June is Aphasia Awareness Month
Listen to Jenny Fortin, Speech Language Pathologist speak with Dave Allen about Aphasia.
(May 15, 2023)Syracuse University’s Aphasia Research Lab Seeks Participants for Stroke Treatment Study
The lab is testing a cutting-edge method of brain stimulation to boost speech and language therapy.
(March 8, 2023)Professor Victoria Tumanova's Focus on Childhood Stuttering Featured in ASHA Leader
Victoria Tumanova's research was featured in the ASHA Leader, a news-magazine for and about audiologists, speech-language pathologists and speech, language and hearing scientists, published by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
(Aug. 30, 2022)Unlocking the Mysteries of Speech Processing
A new NIH grant funds Beth Prieve’s research exploring how infants process human speech.
(May 23, 2022)Speech Therapy Dream Team
NBA player Michael Kidd-Gilchrist talks with CSD students about the important bond between a speech therapist and a person who stutters.
(April 6, 2022)Congratulations to CSD Undergraduate Alex Middleton
CSD Senior Alex Middleton was selected to receive the 2022 Chancellor's Citation for Excellence in Undergraduate Student Research.