Faculty

 

Nancy C. Brady, Associate Professor. Ph.D., University of Kansas. Beginning language acquisition in individuals with disabilities, including autism, fragile X syndrome, and Down syndrome. Her work has been sponsored by the National Institutes of Health and United States Office of Education.

Jonathan S. Brumberg, Assistant Professor. Ph.D., Boston University.  Speech motor control, neural modeling, brain-computer interface.

Betty H. Bunce, Clinical Professor and Director, Language Acquisition Preschool. Ph.D., University of Kansas. Language Acquisition Preschool (LAP) and Reading Activities Program (RAP) teams. Therapy in naturalistic settings, language-based preschool curriculum..

W. Matthew Gillispie, Clinical Assistant Professor. Ph.D., University of Kansas. Assessment and intervention with infants, toddlers, preschool, and school-age children with speech, language, and literacy disorders; considerations when working with Native American children.

Kostas Kokkinakis, Assistant Professor.  Ph.D., University of Liverpool, Liverpool, United Kingdom.  Psychoacoustics, signal processing, cochlear implants.

Diane Frome Loeb, Associate Professor. Ph.D., Purdue University. Language development and disorders, intervention methods and efficacy.

Lynn Murphy, Clinical Assistant Professor. Speech-Language Pathologist, Schiefelbusch Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic; M.A., University of Texas at Austin. Neurogenic communication disorders and dysphagia.

Kristin L. Pedersen, Clinical Assistant Professor. M.A., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Communication of young children; children with autism spectrum disorders; provision of services for infants, toddlers, and families.

Mabel L. Rice, Fred and Virginia Merrill Distinguished Professor of Advanced Studies. Ph.D., University of Kansas. Genetics of language, cognition and language development, language intervention.

Holly L. Storkel, Professor and Chair. Ph.D., University of Washington-Seattle. Interactions between lexical and phonological acquisition in normal and clinical populations of children.

Steven F. Warren, Professor, Ph.D., University of Kansas, Child and Developmental Psychology.

Jane R. Wegner, Clinical Professor and Director, Schiefelbusch Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic. Ph.D., University of Kansas. Developmental disabilities, alternative and augmentative communication.

View faculty listing of the Intercampus Program in Communicative Disorders (graduate programs).

Emeritus Faculty

  • Wilma L. Bowline, M.A.
  • John F. Brandt, Ph.D.
  • Hugh W. Catts, Ph.D.
  • William M. Diedrich, Ph.D.
  • Larry E. Marston, Ph.D.
  • James E. McLean, Ph.D.
  • Leija McReynolds, Ph.D.
  • John F. Michel, Ph.D.
  • Shirley Salmon, Ph.D.
  • Richard Schiefelbusch, Ph.D.

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