Member Newsletter

Volume 19 | Issue 2

Summer 2021

 In This Issue...

  1. President's Message
  2. Lemons Are Smelling Like Garbage
  3. Board Certification
  4. Clinical Aphasiology Conference Presentations
  5. A Research Incubator for Multi-Stakeholder Research Teams in Neurologic Communication Disorders
  6. Committee Updates
  7. Greetings from the Ad Hoc Committee on Diversity & Inclusion
  8. ASHA Announcements
  9. Upcoming Conferences
  10. Member Accomplishments

ANCDS Board/Officers 

Janet Patterson, Ph.D., CCC-SLP

Carole Roth, Ph.D., BC-ANCDS

Deanna Britton, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, BC-ANCDS

Yvonne Rogalski, Ph.D., CCC-SLP

Kathleen M. Youse, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, BC-ANCDS
Immediate Past President  

Jessica Brown, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
Executive Board Member

Jacqueline Laures-Gore, Ph.D.
Executive Board Member

Ellyn Riley, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
Executive Board Member

Meghan C. Savage, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
Executive Board Member

Mary H. Purdy, Ph.D., BC-ANCDS
ANCDS Archivist 

Sheryle Hazard, CAE
Executive Director

ANCDS Board Certification

Why become Board Certified?

- Recognizes your advanced clinical knowledge and skills

- Enhances your confidence in your clinical knowledge and skills

- Enhances consumer and referral source confidence in the care you can provide

- Encourages professional growth through the continuing education required for maintenance of board certification

- Provides a respected credential to support professional advancement

Click here to learn more about the application and certification process.

On-Demand CE Offerings (Expiring 12/31/21)

2020 Annual Scientific Meeting Lecture Recordings

How to Practice Person-Centered Care for People with Dementia in Nursing Homes

View all On-Demand CE here!

Upcoming Webinars

Apragmatism: Right Hemisphere Brain Damage Communication Disorders - Thursday, September 23, 2021

View all upcoming ANCDS webinars here! 

New Podcasts

Episode 18: A Conversation with Peter Meulenbroek: ANCDS Writing Group for Traumatic Brain Injury

ASHA Recorded Zoom Events

Recorded web discussion on Telepractice Considerations: Neurogenic Communication Disorders (sponsored by Special Interest Group [SIG] 2, Neurogenic Communication Disorders).

Recorded web conversation on Management of Individuals with COVID-19 in Post-Acute Care (sponsored by Special Interest Group [SIG] 15, Gerontology).

Welcome New Members!

Full Members 

Reethee Antony
Adam Buchwald, Ph.D.
Petrea Cornwell, Ph.D.
Tammy Epps
Christina Freise, M.S., CCC-SLP
Sharon Gray
Anne Hodits, M.A., CCC-SLP/L
Whitney Kasper, M.S., CCC-SLP
Lauren Kuepper, M.S., CCC-SLP, RCSLT HCPC
Laura Magerkurth, M.S., CCC-SLP
Nicole Masciarelli, M.S., CCC-SLP
Thomas McOsker, M.A., CCC SLP
Brenda Perez, M.A., CCC-SLP
Connie Porcaro, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
Laurel Riddle, M.S., CCC-SLP
Ana Rivera, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
Candace Vickers, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
Angela Ziegler, M.A., CCC-SLP

Student Members

Nancy Barber
Warren Brown, M.S., CCC-SLP
Tsulan Cooper Lauffer, B.S., CSD; SLPA
Monique Dufault
Britney Dumas, SLP-CFY
Sara Hopkins
Samantha McDaniel, M.S., CCC-SLP
Amanda Sallay
Michelle Valdez

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President's Message

Hello ANCDS Members,

I hope this message finds each of you well, enjoying summer, and staying the course through the continued presence of the pandemic.  Despite continuing challenges in our world, ANCDS is thriving as a premier organization, contributing to professional and educational advancement for our members.  As I write this message, I look out the window to summer, lush green or golden brown, depending upon your geographic location.  I know also, that soon fall (or spring for some of you in the southern hemisphere) will be upon us with the busyness of the season.  The year is passing quickly, and I want you to know that ANCDS committees and members have been busy working for the good of the Academy.

Thank you is in order for so many of you for your efforts on behalf of ANCDS this year.  First, thanks to the hardworking Executive Board who have addressed many questions and issues throughout the year.  Serving on the EB is a privilege, and I encourage you to engage with our EB members to find out more about the duties of their positions and consider exploring nomination to join the EB in the future.

Next, our committees and their members deserve continued thanks for the ongoing work behind the scenes that allows the mission of the Academy to proceed.  ANCDS is a volunteer organization and advances with the vision, energy, and dedication of its members, especially its committee members.  In the spring newsletter, I wrote of the goals of each committee, and I am pleased to report that the committees are all delivering on those goals.  You can read reports from several committees in this newsletter and see other evidence of their work on the website.  Speaking of committee activities, I invite you to join one of our committees.  If you are interested in becoming part of our vibrant ANCDS committee team, you can click on this link and sign up to volunteer or go to the Committees page on our website.

Finally, thanks are due to each one of you, our dedicated membership, for staying the course and supporting the Academy.  As 2020 drew to a close, the EB was concerned that, given the challenges of a worldwide pandemic, ANCDS might experience a downturn in membership, as many other organizations have experienced.  That did not happen, a fact for which I am grateful as 2021 President and as one who believes in the Academy.  Every year members join or leave for individual reasons, but I am pleased to report that our membership is stronger than ever, showing no adverse effect from the events of 2020.  It is heartening to know that so many of you believe in ANCDS and the work it does and choose to continue to support that belief through membership – thank you.  Without you, as dedicated members, ANCDS would not be the premier organization it is.

One committee activity of the year I would like to highlight is from the Communications Committee, led by Martha Sherrill, Ph.D., CCC-SLP.  To see their work, check out the new and revised ANCDS website at  All your favorite pages are there but with a new look and better navigation.  The Communications Committee worked for the better part of two years to effect this change and is to be complimented on the outcome.  Please take a few moments to browse the website and send your compliments to Martha and her team.

The Education and Standards Committee, chaired by Mike de Riesthal, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, has also been busy at work planning our 2021 Annual Scientific and Educational Meeting.  The meeting will again be virtual and held on Friday, October 22, 2021.  The theme of this year’s meeting is Motor Speech Disorders; watch the website for meeting and registration details.  As many of you know, planning a meeting is a daunting task that has many details to organize so that when we as members attend, we see a seamless program.  Mike and his team are exceptional in their work and remind me of the saying about ducks – calm on the surface yet paddling beneath the water to meet the small and large challenges, in this case, of planning a meeting.  The result of their work will be an outstanding meeting this year – thank you Mike and your committee members.

Our newest ad hoc committee is the Diversity and Inclusion Committee.  Under the leadership of Alaina Davis, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, CBIST, the committee met several times this year to plan membership activities.  The committee prepared questions for the Membership Survey; they are planning a workshop on race, equity, diversity, and inclusion for the Executive Board in September; and are preparing a presentation for our Annual Scientific and Education Meeting in October.  Thank you, Alaina, for your leadership and the efforts of your team.

Many of you have been busy advancing science and education in your research and clinical activities through the ANCDS Evidence-Based Clinical Research Committee, through your own initiative, and through our podcast and webinar series.  JoAnn Silkes, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, leads the EBCR Committee, and you can read about the writing groups’ publications and presentations here.  The EBCR Committee added a new writing group this year focused on Pediatric Motor Speech Disorders and is planning another committee focused on diversity in neurogenic communication disorders research.  These projects meet the mission of the EBCR, which is to advance professional practice in speech-language pathology for individuals having neurologic communication disorders through the development of evidence-based writing projects.  In this newsletter you can read also about your own scholarly work that contributes to the mission of ANCDS; I encourage you to submit your publications to the newsletter so they can be recognized.  Another way ANCDS advances science is through our series of webinars and podcasts.  They are listed on the website in the new archive format, and I encourage you to take advantage of this valuable member resource.

A quick reminder that elections for ANCDS Executive Board are now open – check your email for the ballot and voting instructions.

In the spring newsletter, I wrote that ANCDS continues to advance science and education, despite unanticipated challenges we may face in 2021.  That has proved true as we continue to meet our mission of providing high-quality education, training, and certification opportunities.  I am proud of our work, honored to lead the Academy this year, and grateful for our dedicated membership.  I wish each of you well in the coming months and look forward to connecting with you virtually at our Annual Education and Scientific Meeting in October. 


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Janet Patterson, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
2021 ANCDS President 
[email protected]

Lemons Are Smelling Like Garbage

Written By: Jenny Fortin, MFA, M.S., CCC-SLP

The first time I treated someone with known COVID-19, a patient in the ICU, I distinctly remember thinking, It’s here, right now.  It’s here in this room with us.  Another entity: The patient, myself, the speech-language pathologist who was orienting me as a new hospital employee, and the Newly Described Thing.  Despite a definite diagnosis, despite knowing that diagnosis before entering the room, there was nonetheless a slow moment of reconciliation for me, where I had read about the Thing, I had heard about it, but to be in a room with it was wholly other.  There was a feeling of matter for me then, of the voluminous — that is, this invisible Thing was crowding in — and inevitably that matter, that feeling of the voluminous, they ached and continue to ache with multiple meanings.

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Board Certification

Congratulations to our newly board-certified member, Jolynn Thomas, M.S., CCC-SLP, BC-ANCDS!  Jolynn graduated with a bachelor’s degree from Temple University (Philadelphia, PA) and with a Master's from the College Of Saint Rose (Albany, NY).  She has been working for over 25 years in acute inpatient/outpatient rehabilitation hospitals with almost 20 years at Bryn Mawr Rehabilitation Hospital in Malvern, PA. 

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Jolynn Thomas, M.S., CCC-SLP, BC-ANCDS

"I am proud to be a member of ANCDS and having recently completed my board certification in June 2021.  The board certification process has allowed me to grow as a speech-language pathologist to further expand my knowledge base, critical thinking skills, and rationale to support evidence-based practice in my clinical setting.  This process has facilitated the development of my professional writing skills and the confidence to continue to learn and develop as a speech-language pathologist.  I am thankful to everyone who has helped me along the way with support and feedback on my case studies and guiding me at every step of the process.  It was an intense learning process that I could not have completed without the support of Ramani Voleti and my case study reviewers.  I am grateful for the opportunity and the experience.  I encourage anyone interested in board certification to embrace the process and after 25 years in the field, it has reminded me that I still have much to learn about our field.  I am excited to share my experience and what I have learned with patients, coworkers, and students."

Clinical Aphasiology Conference Presentations

The Clinical Aphasiology Conference celebrated its 50th Anniversary earlier this year.  If you missed the conference, both presentations are available on the CAC History page. 

A Research Incubator for Multi-Stakeholder Research Teams in Neurologic Communication Disorders

Written By: Jacqueline Hinckley, Ph.D., BC-ANCDS

A clinician, a person with aphasia, their family member, and a researcher walk into a bar….no, wait, make that a conference room.  In a second conference room walks in two researchers each with a doctoral student.  Which of the two teams is most likely to:

  • address a topic that is of most importance to people living with aphasia?
  • produce research that will be used broadly by clinicians?
  • disseminate results in a way that informs the scientific, clinical, AND aphasia communities?

(Hope you answered team #1.)

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Committee Updates

Communications Committee:

The Communications Committee has been working this spring and summer on the final stages of the ANCDS Website redesign.  Both members and the public will see design and accessibility changes as new pages are published.  We are also in the process of broadening the use of social media and encourage all of our members to contact us with publications or accomplishments to be shared on our official social media sites.  We also welcomed two new members to our committee, LaToya Roberts, a student member from ULL, and Adele Raade, a board-certified ANCDS member.  

Certification Committee:

Thanks to the ongoing group mentorship spearheaded by Mike Biel and Mary Purdy, the certification committee has been busy with an increase in the number of applicants for board certification.  Currently, there are 9 members going through the process, and one member successfully defended and became certified on June 29.  The Board Certification Committee would like to congratulate Jolynn Thomas for successfully achieving her board certification.

The majority of Board-Certified members will be recertified by the end of this year.  Email reminders will be going out beginning in August.  Please be on the lookout and complete your 60-hour CECs by November 30 if you are in this year’s cycle.  Your certificate will have that information, and you will receive email blasts if your recertification is due this year.

Membership Committee:

The Membership Committee awarded 14 Student Fellowship Awards this year.  Fellowship winners were recently notified.  We are also planning a Virtual Student Fellowship experience again this year, where students will still be able to meet with mentors, each other, and attend the ANCDS Annual Meeting.  A call for mentors will be sent out soon.  If you are interested in being a mentor to a student, please email Miriam Carroll-Alfano. 

Professional Affairs Committee: 

SIG 2 Perspectives published a case study that was presented in partial fulfillment of requirements for board certification by ANCDS.  This was a joint initiative by the Professional Affairs Committee, the Certification Board, and ASHA SIG 2.  The author was Heather Clark, Ph.D., BC-ANCDS

The Professional Affairs Committee also sponsored the preparation of an article for the Pennsylvania Speech-Language-Hearing Association Keystater Evidence-Based Practice Column entitled “ANCDS Resources”.  The author was Louise Keegan, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, BC-ANCDS.  Contributors were Mikael Kimelman, Ph.D., Sarah Wallace, Ph.D., Jolynn Thomas, M.S., CCC-SLP-CBIS, BC-ANCDS, Kimberly Eichhorn, M.S., CCC-SLP, ATP, BC-ANCDS, and Kathleen Youse, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, BC-ANCDS.

Greetings from the Ad Hoc Committee on Diversity & Inclusion

In 2020, ANCDS released a statement in support of Black Lives and made a commitment to diversity following the death of George Floyd and rising issues of racial injustices voiced by persons within and outside of the field of speech-language pathology.  In this statement, we reaffirmed our commitment to fairness and equity within the organization and pledged to establish a committee to focus on diversity and inclusion.  The ANCDS Ad Hoc Committee on Diversity & Inclusion has been formed and is ready for action!

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Alaina Davis, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, CBIST

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ASHA Announcements


-          Register for the 2021 ASHA Convention: Registration is open for the full in-person event in Washington, D.C. (proof of vaccination is required for registration), or just for the Virtual Library – all eligible for CE credit.


-          Join the Effort to Extend Telepractice Coverage: Policies are being threatened.  Read about how you can help ASHA and other organizations advocate for extensions of telehealth coverage.


-          New Evidence Map Summaries IPE/IPP Implementation Studies: Find up-to-date research on implementing Interprofessional Education and Interprofessional Practice (IPE/IPP) in ASHA’s Evidence Maps.

Upcoming Conferences

Conference Name: British Aphasiology Society Conference 
Location: Virtual Meeting
Dates: September 8-10, 2021
Registration: Only members can attend the British Aphasiology Conference 2021.  To become a BAS member, please click on the following link -

Conference Name: American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine (ACRM)
Location: Virtual Meeting
Dates: September 26-29, 2021
Registration: Registration information can be found here.

Member Accomplishments

Annette Askren presented nationally to the VA Healthcare System on the topic of motor speech disorders in ALS (ASHA CEUs were offered) in July.  The talk highlighted the importance of differential diagnosis of motor speech disorders.  The goal was to inform our allied healthcare providers and referral sources of our important role in early bulbar identification, differential diagnosis, and communication intervention. 

Leora R. Cherney, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, BC-ANCDS, FACRM, has received the 2021 Women in Rehabilitation Science Award from the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine.  Learn More.

Neila J. Donovan, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, retired from Louisiana State University after 14 years in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders and with 35 years of clinical practice treating individuals with acquired neurogenic disorders of speech, language, and swallowing. 

Whitney Postman, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, was interviewed by news anchor Shirley Washington for "The Pulse of St. Louis" which aired on Saturday, July 24 and Sunday, July 25.  It can be accessed here.

Pradeep Ramanathan was awarded a $32K grant from the Firedoll Foundation for a study comparing outcome measures (psychometric, psychosocial, and neuroimaging) for intensive cognitive rehabilitation therapy vs. Lumosity brain games in individuals with chronic moderate to severe TBI. 

Katerina Hilari has assisted in the completion of The SUPERB trial of peer-befriending for people with aphasia.  The project aims to find out what helps people adjust and get on with life after stroke and aphasia.  Information on this project, including findings (videos, papers) is available on the project website.

Member Publications:

Dipper, L., Marshall, J., Boyle, M., Hersh, D., Botting, N., & Cruice, N. (2021). Creating a theoretical framework to underpin discourse assessment and intervention in aphasia. Brain Sciences, 11, 183.

Britton, D., Pullen, E., Hoit, J.D., and Benditt, J.O. (2021). Mouthpiece Noninvasive Ventilation:  Effects of mouthpiece noninvasive ventilation on speech in men with muscular dystrophy – A pilot study.  American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology.

Brown, J.A., Knollman-Porter, K., Hux, K., Wallace, S.E., & Deville, C. (2020). Effect of digital highlighting on reading comprehension given text-to-speech technology for people with aphasia. Aphasiology, 35(20), 200-221.

Centeno, J. G., Ghazi-Saidi, L., & Ansaldo, A. I. (2022). Aphasia management in ethnoracially diverse multilingual populations. In I. Papathanasiou & P. Coppens (Eds.), Aphasia and related neurogenic communication disorders – 3rd ed. (pp. 379-402). Jones and Bartlett Learning.  

Centeno, J.G., & Harris, J. L. (2021). Implications of United States service evidence for growing multiethnic adult neurorehabilitation caseloads worldwide. Canadian Journal of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology, 45(2), 77-97. (open access)

Armour, M., Cherney, L.R., del Toro, C.M., Maher, L.M., & Raymer, A.M. (2021). Aphasia FAQs for the rehabilitation professional. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 102(6), 1243-1245.

Tisi, V. & Chiou, H.S. (2021, June 30). Linguistic advocacy for Pacific Islanders and Asians. ASHA Leaders.

Abbott-Anderson, K., & Chiou, H.S. (July 2, 2021). Meaning making through a virtual choral program during COVID-19: Individuals living with Alzheimer’s disease and their care partners share their experiences. Podium presentation at the International Family Nursing Association 15th IFNC, Virtual conference, July 2, 2021.

Ciccia, A. H., Lundine, J. P., O’Brien, K. H., Salley, J., Krusen, S., Wilson, B., Kunz, J., Haarbauer-Krupa, J. (2021). Understanding cognitive communication needs in pediatric TBI: Issues identified at the 2020 International Cognitive-Communication Disorders Conference. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology.

Clark, H.M., Utianski, R.L., Ali, F., Botha, H., Josephs, K.A., and Whitwell, J.L. Motor Speech Disorders and Communication Limitations in Progressive Supranuclear Palsy. (2021).  American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 30(3S), 1361-1372. DOI: 10.1044/2020_AJSLP-20-00126

Davis, A. S. & Stanford, S. (2020). Shifting the mindset of racism through cognitive learning styles in communication sciences and disorders. Journal of the National Black Association for Speech-Language and Hearing, 15(3), 87-89.  

Stanford, S. & Davis, A. S. (2020). Still sitting on the back of the bus: Black academicians surviving in a system of bias and prejudice. Journal of the National Black Association for Speech-Language and Hearing, 15(3), 95-97.  

Dietz, A., Wallace, S.E., & Weissling, K. (2020). Revisiting the role of augmentative and alternative communication in aphasia rehabilitation. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 29(2), 909-913.

Dang J., Graff-Radford J., Duffy J.R., et al. Progressive apraxia of speech: delays to diagnosis and rates of alternative diagnoses [published online ahead of print, 2021 May 4]. J Neurol. 2021;10.1007/s00415-021-10585-8. doi:10.1007/s00415-021-10585-8

Chandregowda, A., Duffy, J.R., Machulda, M.M., Lowe, V.J., Whitwell, J.L., Josephs, K.A.. Neurodegeneration of the visual word form area in a patient with word form alexia. Neurol Clin Neurosci. 2021;00:1–2.

Curet Burleson, A.X., Buciuc, M., Botha, H., Duffy, J.R., Clark, H.M., Utianski, R.L., Machulda, M.M., Lowe, V.J., Whitwell, J.L., and Josephs, K.A. (2021). Neurobehavioral Characteristics of FDG-PET Defined Variants of Semantic Dementia. Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders, 50(1), 17-28. DOI: 10.1159/000513979

Dang, J., Graff-Radford, J., Duffy, J.R., Utianski, R.L., Clark, H.M., Stierwalt, J.A.G., Whitwell, J.L., Josephs, K.A., and Botha, H. Progressive Apraxia of Speech: Delays to Diagnosis and Rates of Misdiagnosis. (2021). Journal of Neurology. DOI: 10.1007/s00415-021-10585-8

Josephs, K.A., Duffy, J.R., Clark, H.M., Utianski, R.L., et al. Disentangling progressive apraxia of speech: a molecular pathology, neurobiology, biochemical, genetic and neuroimaging study. (2021). Nature Communications, 12(1), 3452. DOI: 10.1038/s41467-021-23687-8

Baker, J., Barnett, C., Cavalli, C., Dixon, L., Dietrich, M., Duffy, J.R., Elias, A., Fraser, D.E., Freeburn, J.L., Gregory, C., McKenzie, K., Miller, N., Patterson, J., Roth, C., Roy, N., Short, J., Utianski, R.L., Van Mersbergen, M., Vertigan, A., Carson, A., Stone, J., McWhirter, L. Management of Functional Communication, Swallowing, Cough and Related Disorders: Consensus Recommendations for Speech and Language Therapy. (2021). Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry. DOI: 10.1136/jnnp-2021-326767 

Therrien, M.C.S., Madden, E.B., Bislick, L., & Wallace, S.E. (2021). Aphasia and friendship: The role and perspectives of speech-language pathologists. American Journal of Speech Language Pathology. 

Suting, L., & Mozeiko, J.  (2021). Analysis of Real-World Language Use in a Person with Wernicke’s Aphasia.  Perspectives.

O’Brien, K. H., Wallace, T., & Kemp, A. (2021). Student perspectives on the role of peer support following concussion: Development of the SUCCESS peer mentoring program. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 30(2S), 933-948.

Peach, R.K. & Hanna, L.E. (2021) Sentence-level processing predicts narrative coherence following traumatic brain injury: Evidence in support of a resource model of discourse processing.  Language, Cognition, and Neuroscience, 36(6), 694-710,

Pei, Y., & O’Brien, K. H. (2021). Reading abilities post traumatic brain injury in adolescents and adults: A systematic review and meta-analysis. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 30(2), 789-816.

Petroi, D., Walker, G.W., Duffy, J.R., Hickok, G.S., & Josephs, K.A. (2021). A cognitive psychometric investigation of word production and phonological error rates in logopenic progressive aphasia. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 30(3), 1194-1202,

Das, S., Postman, W.A., Haboubi, M., Akca, O., Remmel, K., Carter, A., & Zazulia, A. (2021, published online June 27). A Case of Aphemia Following Non-dominant Sub-insular Stroke: Unveiling the Foix-Chavany-Marie Phenomenon. Neurocase, DOI: 10.1080/13554794.2021.1933541

Postman, W.A., Rosenthal, S., Thompson, S., Sankey, L., Leisure, K., Ferron, R., Slay, T. & Fischer, M. (2021). Forging Community Partnerships to Reduce Health Disparities in Low-Income African American Elders of North St. Louis at Risk for Dementia. Journal of the National Black Association for Speech-Language and Hearing 16:57-67.

Ramanathan, P., Chen, M., Liu, R., & Kennedy, M.R. (2021). Memory and executive functions subserving Judgments of Learning: Cognitive reorganization after traumatic brain injury.  Neuropsychological Rehabilitation.

Riccardi, J. S., Eagan-Johnson, B., Vaccaro, M., & Ciccia, A. H. (2021). Academic & Post Secondary Participation of Students with ABI after BrainSTEPS. Brain Impairment.

Griffin-Musick, J., Jakober, D., Sallay, A., Milman, L., & Off, C.A. (2021). Cognitive-linguistic outcomes from an intensive comprehensive aphasia program implemented by graduate student clinicians. Aphasiology, DOI: 10.1080/02687038.2021.1937920

Netzel, L., Moran, R., Hopfe, D., Salvatore, A.P., Brown, W., Murray, N.G. Test–Retest Reliability of Remote ImPACT Administration. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, acab055,

Davidson, C.S., & Wallace, S.E. (2021). Information needs for carers following a family member’s right hemisphere stroke. Aphasiology.

Donoso Brown, E.V., Eskander, J., Wallace, S.E., & Mull, J. (2021). Effects of preferred music listening on adherence to upper extremity home programs. Physical & Occupational Therapy in Geriatrics.