Member Accomplishments


Brooke Hallowell, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, ASHA Fellow

Outstanding Contribution Award from the Asia Pacific Society for Speech, Language, and Hearing

Robert C. Marshall, Ph.D., BC-ANCDS

Honors of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

Bijoyaa Mohapatra, Ph.D. candidate

American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation Scholarship for International Students for outstanding academic achievement

Kathryn O’Brien

ASHA Foundation New Century Scholars Award

Caroline Royal-Evans, M.S., BC-ANCDS

Sallie Starr Hilliard Mentoring Award at the 2015 Mid-South Conference on Communicative Disorders

Megan S. Sutton, MS, CCC-SLP (C)

Honours of the Association from the British Columbia Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists

Martha Taylor-Sarno, M.A., M.D. (hon), CCC-SLP (Ret), BC-ANCDS

2015 Dr. Howard A. Rusk Humanitarian Award Honoree from the World Rehabilitation Fund

Position Changes & New Opportunities

Brooke Hallowell, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, ASHA Fellow

Will be leading an interdisciplinary experience in community-based care of older adults in Malaysia in May 2016. Graduate and undergraduate students from any university and in any discipline may apply. The deadline is February 1. For further information, go to:

Whitney Postman, Ph.D.

Relocated to St. Louis and joined the full-time faculty at St. Louis University as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, August 2015

Caroline Royal-Evans, M.S., BC-ANCDS

Retired from the University of Memphis, February 2015

Post-Doctoral Training Opportunity Available in 2016

Advanced Rehabilitation Training: Interventions for Neurologic Communication Disorders Northwestern University – Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago

This Fellowship Program provides rigorous, in-depth research training to postdoctoral fellows from programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders. It is designed to prepare them for careers as independent researchers who have the skills necessary to conduct high quality interdisciplinary research addressing the rehabilitation of acquired communication disorders that accompany neurological conditions such as stroke, traumatic brain injury (TBI), or Parkinson’s disease.

Postdoctoral fellows will complete an intensive, two-year training program that will allow initiation of their own research agenda, scholarly papers as first author, and grant development with potential for receipt of extramural funding. Applicants must commit to pursuing their research training for two years and on a full-time basis, devoting at least 40 hours per week to the overall program.

For further information see or contact:

Leora R. Cherney, Ph.D., Fellowship Program Director and Professor
Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Feinberg School of Medicine
345 E. Superior Street,  Suite 1353
Chicago, IL 60611-2654
E-mail: [email protected]
Phone: (312) 238-1117


Jose G. Centeno, Ph.D.

Assessing services with communicatively-impaired bilingual adults in culturally and linguistically diverse neurorehabilitation programs. Journal of Communication Disorders, 58, 58-73.

Carl Coelho, Ph.D., BC-ANCDS

Linking inter- and intra-sentential processes for narrative production following traumatic brain injury: Implications for a model of discourse processing. Neuropsychologia. 80, 157-164.

Carl Coelho, Ph.D., BC-ANCDS

The role of intensity in constraint-induced language therapy for people with chronic aphasia. Aphasiology.

Robert Goldfarb, Ph.D., ASHA Fellow

An aphasiologist has a stroke. Aphasiology.

Ramesh Kaipa, Ph.D.

  1. A systematic review of treatment intensity in speech disorders. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology.
  2. Is there optimal behavioral treatment intensity for dysphagia? International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Otolaryngology, 01(2), 10-18.
  3. Auditory Stroop effect in children with Learning Disability. International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology. Advance online publication:

Catherine Off, Ph.D.

The impact of dose on naming accuracy with persons with aphasia. Aphasiology. DOI: 10.1080/02687038.2015.1100705.

Richard K. Peach, Ph.D.

Linking inter- and intra-sentential processes for narrative production following traumatic brain injury: Implications for a model of discourse processing. Neuropsychologia. 80, 157-164.

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