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Meet Deanna Britton Meet Deanna Britton
Deanna Britton is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Speech & Hearing Sciences at Portland State University (PSU), and at the Northwest Center for Voice & Swallowing in the Department of Otolaryngology (NWCVS) - Head & Neck Surgery at Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) in Portland, Oregon.
Faculty Member
Jessica Jensen, NIDCD Student Fellowship Award Winner Jessica Jensen, NIDCD Student Fellowship Award Winner
Graduate Student
Meet Randi Bost, M.S. '92, Advocate for Speech-Language Pathology Meet Randi Bost, M.S. '92, Advocate for Speech-Language Pathology
Randi Jartun Bost, M.S. ’92 earned her master’s degree in Speech and Hearing Sciences from PSU. Since earning her degree, she’s built a career as a speech-language pathologist, specializing in early childhood assessments. Now, Randi is one of the department’s most active alumni.
Alumnus
Addressing Aphasia Addressing Aphasia
Assistant Professor Gerasimos Fergadiotis studies language processing and develops tools to diagnose aphasia and assess the efficacy of treatments.
Research
The Inclusive, Shared Storybook Reading Project The Inclusive, Shared Storybook Reading Project
With a combination of online training, social networking platforms, and shared reading, Dr. Samuel Sennott connects families, youth service providers, and children with complex needs to resources that promote and facilitate communication and literacy skills.
Research
Developing Pathways to Social Communications Developing Pathways to Social Communications
In the Autism & Child Language Disorders Laboratory, Dr. Amy Donaldson is conducting clinical research to investigate how children on the Autism Spectrum use and learn communication skills within social contexts.
Research
PSU Student Research Symposium Presenter: Milodie Butsch PSU Student Research Symposium Presenter: Milodie Butsch
Milodie Butsch's research contributes important findings to the development of procedures for analyzing language samples for lexical diversity, procedures related to methods of diagnosis for language impairment in children and adults.
Research