Communication Sciences and Disorders

As modern technology evolves, the medical professions are following suit thanks to the hard work of practitioners like Vrushali Angadi, PhD, CCC-SLP. Angadi, a speech-language pathologist and assistant professor with the communication sciences and disorders program at the College of Health Sciences—with the assistance of her colleagues Drs.

Communication Sciences and Disorders

Communication sciences and disorders (CSD) major Eman Issa has gotten in trouble her whole life for being too talkative. “I really love to talk,” she said. “So, when I found out I could go to school to help other people talk, I knew exactly where I belonged.” 

Communication Sciences and Disorders

On February 21, conversation filled the room as communications sciences and disorders senior Kennedy Guess made her way from table to table thanking her guests for coming to the first annual Still We Rise Banquet—an event borne out of her own resilience and journey to honor UK students facing adversity. Still We Rise award winners

Communication Sciences and Disorders

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What would you say is your number one career advantage you received by completing your education at CHS?

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Speech-Language Pathologist, UK HealthCare

Communication Sciences and Disorders, 2009

corie sexton

What is your current title?
Speech-Language Pathologist, UK HealthCare

Communication Sciences and Disorders

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Assistant Professor, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, Pennsylvania State University

Communication Sciences and Disorders (Master's degree), '09

Rehabilitation Sciences Doctoral Program, 2014

Nikki

What is your current title?

Assistant Professor, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, Pennsylvania State University

Communication Sciences and Disorders

The University of Kentucky Center for Clinical and Translational Science (CCTS) awarded pilot funding to 10 projects that foster collaboration and new medical product development. The pilot funding program provides research support and up to $50,000 for preliminary and proof-of-concept studies critical to moving basic laboratory findings into clinical applications. 

Gilson Capilouto, PhD, Communication Sciences and Disorders, received the Novel Methodology Pilot Award for "Lingual Dynamics and Feeding Coordination in Neonates". 

Communication Sciences and Disorders

Two University of Kentucky College of Health Sciences faculty members will receive the highest award given by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). Robert C. Marshall, and Joseph C. Stemple, professors in the Division of Communication Sciences and Disorders, will be recognized with the Honors of the Association at the ASHA annual convention, which will be held in in November in Denver. Read the UKNow story

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For a child's development: Parent interactions trump devices

Sixty-eight percent of parents of two-year olds report their child uses a tablet at home, according to a recent survey of U.S. parents conducted by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. In fact, it is not uncommon for today’s toddler to be connected via multiple devices including tablets, smartphones, and video game consoles, the survey showed.
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