The $2.5 million NIH grant looks to gather information that can be used to improve communication efficacy for autistic and non-autistic teens.
This year Emerson welcomes 17 new faculty members and nine faculty members returning in new roles.
As a speech language pathologist, Maryam Salehomoum specializes in deafness and literacy development.
Cuevas said two Performing Arts professors had a profound effect in determining his career path.
Newly minted alums were ready and eager to go and succeed in their industries.
Just 3.3 percent of this year’s applicants were selected as fellows.
Nydia Bou didn’t need to speak the same language with strangers to celebrate crossing the finish line.
As a medical speech language pathologist, Assistant Professor Lindsay Griffin specializes in research and clinical care of a vital function that is often taken for granted or misunderstood.
Bou is looking to create a more culturally diverse pipeline into the speech-language pathology profession.
The medical community has yet to streamline new linguistic frameworks for diagnosing autism.