Lab Alumni

PAST DOCTORAL SCHOLARS IN THE SPEECH IMAGING & VISUALIZATION LABORATORY

Graham Schenck, PhD CCC-SLP

 

Graham Schenck completed his doctoral work in the lab in October 2016. Graham utilizes MRI and 3D imaging applications to investigate velopharyngeal muscle and morphological parameters in children with submucous cleft palate and other craniofacial anomalies. His research is aimed at understanding the relationship between anatomical and physiological differences in the velopharynx and their effect on speech production.

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PAST GRADUATE STUDENTS

Eshan Pua

Thesis: Nasalance in Mandarin Speakers

Katie Broadwell

Thesis: Variations in upright and supine pressure-flow and nasalance scores among adults

Jillian Nyswonger

Thesis: Variations in velopharyngeal muscles among adults with and without repaired cleft palate

Holly Nelson Jordan

Thesis: Correlations between craniometric measures and velopharyngeal valving function

PAST UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS

Regan Herndon

Kelly Hauhuth

Kori Engler

Jenny Cahoon

Jade Hughes

Payton Nall

Julia Skinner

Mary Elizabeth Waterman

Madison Curier

Haley Dinice

Brittany Colley

Megan Cartrette

Kristen Golding

Sara Maxwell

Emma Wells

Emily Barber

Meredith Batchelor

Ellen Brown

Sudie Brown

Jena Bruno

Sylvia Cockerill

Gina Federal

Eryn Gaynor

Savannah Hatfield

Alexyss Hedrick

Camille Molineux

Alex Nolan

Alonna Pate

Leigh Ann Pfeiffer

Ashley Ritter

Sara Clover

Ashleigh Stanley