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Patricia A. Prelock

Professor

Communication Sciences & Disorders

University of Vermont

United States

Biography

Patricia Prelock, Ph.D., is Dean of the College of Nursing and Health Sciences, Professor of Communication Sciences & Disorders, and Professor of Pediatrics in the College of Medicine at the University of Vermont. Dr. Prelock coordinates parent training programs for caregivers of children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and examines the effectiveness of interventions in social cognition for children with ASD. She has been awarded more than 11 million dollars in funding to develop innovations in interdisciplinary training supporting children with neurodevelopmental disabilities and their families, to facilitate training in speech-language pathology, and to support her autism intervention work. She has more than 150 publications and 470 peer-reviewed and invited presentations in the areas of autism and other neurodevelopmental disabilities, collaboration, and family-centered care. Dr. Prelock is an ASHA Fellow, a University of Vermont Scholar and a Board-Certified Specialist in Child Language. She served as the 2013 ASHA President.

Charles Larson

Professor

Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders

Northwestern University

United States

Biography

My primary area of interest is in neural mechanisms of voice control. I have worked on this general topic for over 40 years. My early work was done on nonhuman primates in which we attempted to learn which areas of the brain are involved in vocalization through the brain lesioning approach. I also worked with Erich Luschei studying neural mechanisms of jaw control, and in this work, I learned how to do single unit recordings from the brain in awake behaving animals. In this work we made important discoveries of the role of jaw muscle spindle afferent endings on jaw control (J. Neurophysiology; J Physiology (London)). Thereafter with my move to Northwestern University, I used the single unit recording methods to study neural function in the midbrain periaqueductal gray and nucleus ambiguous in monkeys as they were vocalizing. This work demonstrated that the midbrain periaqueductal gray played an important role in the coordination of laryngeal and respiratory muscles on vocal control (Brain Research, Experimental Brain Research and the Journal of Neurophysiology). In about 1995 I developed a technique to study neural control of the voice by perturbing voice auditory feedback. This work was based on the well-established technique of perturbation analysis that has been used in other motor systems. In this work, we measure voice fundamental frequency and voice amplitude changes during steady vowel vocalizations as well as during speech following perturbations in auditory feedback. This technique has been widely accepted and is now used by voice scientists around the world. Our most recent work has involved ERP recording in the voice perturbation technique, and this research has led us to insightful discoveries of brain function during human vocalization. Namely, we have determined that voice pitch perturbations presented at the onset of vocalization activate a system that is important for identification of one’s own voice. Perturbations presented after the onset of vocalization trigger mechanisms that are involved in correcting for errors in vocal production. I began working with Don Robin about six years ago, and through this collaboration we have been using neuroimaging techniques (fMRI and PET) along with transcranial magnetic stimulation to study the role of auditory feedback in voice control. This work has also led to important papers on structural equation modeling and dynamic causal modeling of the neural circuitry involved in the role of auditory feedback in voice control (Neuroimage, Neuropsychologia). Most recently, working with my post-doctoral fellow, Dr. Sona Patel, we developed a new technique for the study of volitional mechanisms of voice control based on perturbations in voice auditory feedback. This technique allows us to investigate neural correlates of feedforward mechanisms of voice control. Altogether, the voice perturbation studies, ERP recordings, fMRI neuroimaging and neural modeling are leading to a better understanding of the neural mechanisms involved in the role of auditory feedback and voice control. My background in the establishment of new techniques for the study of neural mechanisms of voice control places me in an ideal position to participate in the studies in this proposal.

Melinda L. Richards

Division of Communication Disorders, Department of health & human performance

Middle Tennessee State University

United States

Biography

Melinda L. Richards, Associate Professor, holds the Bachelor’s in Music Education (Magna Cum Laude) from Tennessee Technological University; the M.Mus. (percussion performance) and the Ph.D. in Speech Science from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Following a successful career as Commander/Conductor in the United States Air Force, she returned to her native Tennessee to become a certified speech-language pathologist (SLP). Having served in this capacity for seven years in the schools of Putnam County, she joined the Communication Disorders faculty in 1997. Dr. Richards has taught Speech & Language Development to students from the College of Education; Introduction to Communication Disorders, Communication Problems in Childhood, and Anatomy & Physiology for Speech Pathology and Audiology to students in the major, as well as provided clinical supervision in the MTSU Speech & Hearing Clinic. Additionally, she developed and strengthened the course offerings of Neurology for Speech-Language Pathologists & Audiologists and the Clinical Practicum (externship) in the Schools. Regarding the latter, she developed the application and won approval from the State Department of Education to offer bachelor-level licensure enabling qualified graduates to work in the schools, through the School Speech-Language Teacher license, making MTSU the only undergraduate program in the state to offer this credential. Dr. Richards holds dual licensure from the Tennessee Departments of Education and Health-Related Boards. Over the course of her career, Dr. Richards has held a number of positions in leadership, in service to the university, the state, and the nation. Dr. Richards served from 2002-2005 as Faculty Senator, during which time she served on the University Steering Committee; on the University Standing Committee on Veteran’s and Military Affairs from 2010-2013; and currently serves on the Academic Misconduct Committee. She was selected in 2012 to be a member of a team of professionals from her discipline to work with colleagues in South Africa through the People-to-People Exchange Program. Dr. Richards is past president of the Tennessee Association of Audiologists & Speech-Language Pathologists; past chair of the State Board of Communication Sciences & Disorders; and currently serves as the Tennessee SLP representative to the Advisory Council of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. She is presently serving as President of the National Association of Pre-Professional Programs.

Zhongren (David) Zhou

Associate Professor

University of Rochester Medical Center

United States

Biography

Dr. Zhongren (David) Zhou is currently working as Associate Professor in Division of Cytopathology and GI pathology University of Rochester Medical Center New York. He has done his Bachelor’s in medicine from North China University of Science and Technology, Tangshan, China. Dr. Zhongren (David) Zhou has received his PhD in Neurobiology, Shanghai Medical College, Fudan University, Shanghai, China. He has worked in various scientific societies like Western New York Society of Pathologists, United States & Canadian Academy of Pathology, Chinese American Pathologists Association, American Society of Cytopathology, American Society of Cytopathology, College of American Pathologists, American Society for Clinical Pathologists and Society of Neuroscience. Dr. Zhongren (David) Zhou has published around 50 scientific articles. Dr. Zhongren (David) Zhou is editorial board of 4 journals and has many reviewed publications. Dr. Zhongren (David) Zhou research interests include early diagnosis of esophageal adenocarcinoma and precancerous lesions by cytology and genome sequencing methods.

Tarek Aboushousha

Professor and Head of Pathology

Department of Pathology

Theodor Bilharz Research Institute

Egypt

Biography

Dr. Tarek Aboushousha is currently working as Professor and head of pathology department, in Theodor Bilharz Research Institute, Cairo-Egypt. He received his bachelor’s and master’s in pathology from Cario University. Dr.Tarek Aboushousha has research work experience and more than 40 published papers as well as many accepted research articles in international conferences especially in the fields of hepatology, gastroenterology and urology. Dr. Tarek Aboushousha research interests include histopathology, hepatology, gastroenterology, urology and cytopathology.

Ramona Moles

Research scientist

University of Kansas Medical Center

United States

Biography

Dr. Ramona Moles is currently working as Graduate Research Assistant at Department of Pathology, University of Kansas Medical Center (USA). She received her Bachelors in Biological Sciences from University of Bologna (Italy). Dr. Ramona Moles received her Ph.D. Graduate Student Research Assistant in the Center for Viral Oncology and PhD student in the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, University of Kansas Medical Center. Dr. Ramona Moles currently on the editorial board of Journal of Oncology and Hematology, Journal of Pathology & Microbiology, Annals of Carcinogenesis, Austin Oncology, SM Journal of Hematology & Multiple Myeloma. Dr. Ramona Moles has many reviewed publications. Dr. Ramona Moles research interests include Molecular Toxicology, Pathway Deregulation in Human, DNA repair alteration in ATL leukemia.

Rabia Amin Butt

Histopathologist

Chughtai lab

Pakistan

Biography

Dr. Rabia Amin Butt is currently working as Consultant Histopathology Department as Coordinator and in charge of post-graduation program FCPS Histopathology at Chughtai lab Lahore. She received her Bachelor’s from Punjab University, Pakistan. Dr. Rabia Amin Butt received her MBBS from Lahore Medical and Dental College, Lahore Pakistan. Dr. Rabia Amin Butt is fellowship member of College of Physicians & Surgeons Pakistan. Dr. Rabia Amin Butt research interests include Endocrine Pathology, Neuroendocrine Tumors, Prostatic Tumors, Salivary Gland Neoplasm, Vascular Tumors, Bone and Soft Tissue, Fungi.

Oksana Yaskiv

Director

North Shore University Hospital

United States

Biography

Dr. Oksana Yaskiv is currently working as Director in North Shore University Hospital, USA. She has received her Bachelors in Doctor of Medicine from Danylo Halytsky Lviv State Medical University, Lviv, Ukraine. Dr. Oksana Yaskiv has done her pathology residency training at North Shore LIJ Health System. Dr. Oksana Yaskiv is currently editorial board member of 3 Journals. Dr. Oksana Yaskiv has many publications. At present she is working on 3 projects. Dr. Oksana Yaskiv research interests include Prostate Cancer Pathology, Bladder Pathology, Renal Pathology and Testicular Pathology.

O. Ferrer-Roca

Professor

University of La Laguna

Spain

Biography

Dr. O. Ferrer-Roca is currently working as Professor in Department of Pathology in the University of La Laguna. She has received her Bachelor’s in medicine from Central University of Barcelona. Dr. O. Ferrer-Roca done her PhD from Central University of Barcelona. Dr. O. Ferrer-Roca has published 200 scientific articles and 14 books on image analysis and technology; including the first and only existing text-book of Telemedicine. Dr. O. Ferrer-Roca is running two EU projects as a leader ( Leonardo-DG XXII ; Science Park-DGXIII). Dr. O. Ferrer-Roca research interests include lung, thyroid, tropical pathology, osteoarticular, breast cancer, lymphomas.

Ming Zhang

Associate Professor

Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders

University of Alberta

Canada

Biography

Dr. Ming Zhang received his Clinical Fellow Certificates in Otolaryngology at the Universities of Zurich and Iowa, his PhD. in Speech Pathology & Audiology at the University of Iowa, and his Postdoctoral trainings in applying bioengineering in auditory neurosciences and molecular biology at Northwestern University and House Ear Institute. Ming Zhang is an Associate Professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders. He is also appointed in the Department of Surgery Otolaryngology. Dr. Zhang teaches guest courses and has been honored as the Teacher of the Year twice. He accepts Master and PhD students as well as Postdoc.

Larry Boles

Professor

Department of Speech-Language Pathology

University of the Pacific

United States

Biography

Dr. Larry Boles is professor and Graduate Director of the Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Department at University of the Pacific. He has practiced aphasia therapy for over 30 years. His clinical research focuses on aphasia couples therapy, graduate admissions practices, and confabulation. He has published in 12 national and international journals and presented his work in the US, Hong Kong, Australia, Taiwan, New Zealand, and American Samoa.

Lakehal Redha

Doctor

Ehs Djaghri Mokhtar

Algeria

Biography

Dr. Lakehal Redha currently working as Doctor at Department of heart surgery, Ehs Djaghri Mokhtar, Constantine Algeria. He received his Bachelors in Biological Sciences from Batna University and masters from Constantine University School of Medicine Algeria. Dr. Lakehal Redha is member of various scientific societies like Pan Arab Congenital Heart Disease Association etc. Dr. Lakehal Redha has reviewed publications. Dr. Lakehal Redha research interests include Heart surgery.

McLoddy R. Kadyamusuma

Assistant Professor

Departement of Communication Disorders & Sciences

The State University of New York at Fredonia

United States

Biography

Dr. Kadyamusuma is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication Disorders and Sciences at State University of New York at Fredonia. He is a Neurolinguist by training, with experience in investigating the relationship between language and the brain in adults with neurological damage and also in healthy speakers. He currently teaches courses in Phonetics, Linguistics, Neurolinguistics, Multicultural Issues, Communication Disorders and Neurogenic Language disorders. His primary interests are in Multilingualism, language processing, language assessment and aphasia in healthy and neurologically impaired speakers. He is also interested in processing of prosody in native and non-native speakers focusing on lexical tone perception and production by different groups. Dr. Kadyamusuma currently leads the Adult Language Research Lab at SUNY Fredonia. The main subgroups under investigation at the present moment are French, Spanish, Shona, Zulu, and English speakers.

John W. Oller

Department of Communicative Disorders

University of Louisiana

United States

Biography

Dr. John W. Oller has graduated B.A., Spanish and French, form California State University at Fresno, 1965 and has done M.A. in General Linguistics, from University of Rochester, New York, 1968. Dr John has done Ph.D. in General Linguistics, University of Rochester, New York, 1969. currently Dr. john is professor in University of Louisiana.

Joe James

Department of Neurology

Government Medical College Kozhikode

Kerala, India

Biography

Dr. Joe James is working as a faculty member in the Department of Neurology, Government Medical College Kozhikode. He has completed his MBBS, MD in Internal Medicine from Member of the Royal College of Physicians, United Kingdom and has done his bachelor’s in medicine from Government Medical Collage Kozhikode, India. Dr. James has completed his project on Neuroimmunology, February 2018 and having 24 publications in national and international journals.

Jayanthi Sasisekaran

Associate Professor

Department of Speech, Language, Hearing Sciences

University of Minnesota

United States

Biography

Dr. Jayanthi Sasisekaran is an Associate Professor in the Department of Speech, Language, Hearing Sciences, University of Minnesota. Her research interests are in the areas of stuttering and other fluency disorders, psycholinguistics, and language – speech motor interface. Her work is funded by the National Institute of Deafness and other Communication Disorders (NIDCD) as well as internal grants from the University of Minnesota. Dr. Sasisekaran has published in several prominent journals, including Developmental Science, the Journal of Fluency Disorders, Applied Psycholinguistics and the International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders. Currently, she also serves as an Associate Editor for the Speech Section of the Journal of Communication Disorders.

Jason Xiaojun Cheng

Associate Professor

University of Chicago

United States

Biography

Dr. Jason Xiaojun Cheng is currently working as Associate Professor at Department of Pathology, University of Chicago. He received his Bachelor of Medicine from the Kunming Medical University, Kunming, China. Dr. Jason Xiaojun Cheng received his Master in Pathology from Beijing Medical University, Beijing, China. He was a post-doctoral fellow at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, NY. Dr. Jason Xiaojun Cheng has served on many scientific societies like American Association of the Advancement of Sciences, United State and Canadian Academy of Pathology, American Society of Hematology, American Society for Clinical Pathology, Society of Hematopathology, Academy of Clinical Laboratory Physicians and Scientist. Dr. Jason Xiaojun Cheng has many publications. Dr. Jason Xiaojun Cheng research interests include Hematopathology, Molecular Biology, Anatomic and Clinical Pathology, Medicine and Surgery.

Ling-yu Guo

Associate Professor

Department of Communicative Disorders and Sciences

University at Buffalo

United States

Biography

Dr. Guo is originally from Taiwan and received his Ph. D. from the University of Iowa. Before coming to Buffalo, he completed his postdoctoral work at Montclair State University. He is currently an assistant professor in the Department of communicative Disorders and Sciences at the University at Buffalo. He teaches child language development and child language disorders in the department. Dr. Guo’s research focuses on syntactic development in typical and atypical populations, such as children with specific language impairment and children with cochlear implants. He is also interested in how the lexical and grammatical measures derived from language samples can help clinicians identify children with language impairment at a young age.

Allen M. Gown

Associate Medical Director &Senior Pathologist

PhenoPath Laboratories, PLLC

United States

Biography

Dr. Gown is currently working as Associate Medical Director &Senior Pathologist, PhenoPath Laboratories, PLLC, Seattle, USA. He received his Bachelors in Bachelor of Science, magna cum laude (Physics) with departmental honors, State University of New York. Dr. Gown received M.D., Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University, Bronx, NY. Dr. Gown IS currently on the editorial board of many of the major pathology journals. Dr. Gown has over 300 peer-reviewed publications. Dr. Gown research interests include Breast cancer biomarkers, Lung cancer biomarkers, Cell proliferation, Checkpoint inhibitors, Immunohistochemistry, Surgical pathology, Fluorescence in situ hybridization.

Fernanda Dreux M. Fernandes

Associate Professor

University of Sao Paulo

Brazil

Biography

Dr. Fernanda Dreux M. Fernandes, Associate professor, University of Sao Paulo, Her research interest are Language disorder in ASD, Research and practice in speech and language with persons with ASD, Speech and language in primary health-care, Professional ethics, Basic principles in speech-language pathology, Supervised practice in speech-language assessment and intervention to children with ASD.

Felice Femiano

Associate Professor

Second University in Naples

Italy

Biography

Dr. Felice Femiano is currently working as Associate Professor at Second University in Naples, Italy. He received his Bachelor from Cum Laude in 1983. Dr. Felice Femiano received his Ph.D. in Biomedical Technologies applied to Oral Science in 2001. He was an Aggregate Professor in Oral Pathology till 2009. Dr. Felice Femiano has served on many scientific societies. Dr. Felice Femiano has several publications with impact factor and indexing. He collaborates to a national project about diagnosis and prevention of the oral cancer directed by important research groups. Dr. Felice Femiano research interests include Caries research, Dental hypersensitivity, Diode Laser in dentistry.

Dongfeng (Dan) Tan

Professor

The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center

United States

Biography

Dr. Dongfeng (Dan) Tan is currently working as Professor in Division of Pathology/Lab Medicine, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX. He received his Bachelor from Tongji Medical University, Wuhan, China. Dr. Dongfeng (Dan) Tan received his PhD in Pathology from Tongji Medical University, Wuhan, China. He was a post-doctoral fellow at Essen University School of Medicine, Essen, Germany. Dr. Dongfeng (Dan) Tan has served on many scientific societies like Roswell Park Cancer Center-Thoracic Multidisciplinary Program, RPCI Solid Tumor Multidisciplinary Program, RPCI Pathology Quality Assurance, RPCI New York State Lung Cancer Screening Task Force, RPCI Translation Research Tissue Support Resource Advisory Committee, RPCI Task Force for JCAHO Operative and Invasive Procedures, RPCI Committee of Comprehensive Cancer Center Support Grant Program, RPCI GI Cancer Study Group, RPCI Liver Biology Study Group, Colon Cancer Research Group Advisory Committee, Memorial Hermann Hospital Cancer Committee. Dr. Dongfeng (Dan) Tan is editorial board of 9 journals and has 12 review publications. Dr. Dongfeng (Dan) Tan has many publications. Dr. Dongfeng (Dan) Tan research interests include Clinical Pathology, Immunohistochemistry, Histology, Hematology and Tumor Pathology.

Dirk-Bart den Ouden

Assistant Professor

Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders

University of South Carolina

United States

Biography

Dr. Den Ouden was trained in formal linguistics and neurolinguistics at the University of Groningen, before conducting postdoctoral work in neuroimaging and aphasiology at Northwestern University. His research program is aimed at the use of neurophysiological interventions to enhance treatment outcome in aphasia. To this end, Den Ouden investigates the neural correlates of linguistic structure-building or deconstruction processes during language production and comprehension in healthy and language-impaired speakers and he has also conducted studies into the neural correlates of phonological planning and overt speech production. Recently, his lab at the University of South Carolina has started experimental work with high-definition transcranial direct current stimulation (HD-tDCS) as a method for modulating language functions in healthy speakers. The aim of this work is to test the viability of focal neuromodulation for raising the cap on language treatment outcomes.

Chien-Hung Yeh

Research Assistant

University of Kansas Medical Center

United States

Biography

Dr. Chien-Hung Yeh is currently working as Graduate Research Assistant at University of Kansas Medical Center, USA. He received his Bachelor of Science in Biotechnology and Laboratory Science from National Yang Ming University, Taiwan. Dr. Chien-Hung Yeh received his Ph.D. in Pathology from University of Kansas Medical Center, USA. Dr. Chien-Hung Yeh has served on many scientific organisations like Member of American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Taiwan Genomics and Genetics Society, Organizer of Chinese Students and Scholars Association (CSSA). Dr. Chien-Hung Yeh currently on the editorial board of Medical and Surgical Pathology journal and reviewer for the journal of Molecular Cancer. Dr. Chien-Hung Yeh has many reviewed publications. Dr. Chien-Hung Yeh research interests include Clinical and medical Pharmacology.

Andrew Bowers

Assistant Professor

Department of Communication Disorders

University of Arkansas

United States

Biography

Dr. Bowers is an Assistant Professor in the Communication Disorders program at the University of Arkansas. He teaches graduate courses in fluency disorders, neurogenic communication disorders, and research methodology. He is the director of the Neurorehabilitation Laboratory located in the Epley Center Speech and Hearing clinic. His current research program focuses on the interface between motor and sensory brain rhythms supporting processes in speech perception and speech motor control. In the field of fluency disorders, his research has addressed the areas of autonomic arousal, eye-to-face gaze, and the locus of dysfluencies in adults who stutter. His clinical interests include the treatment of fluency disorders in adults and children.

Bendjaballah Soumaia

Doctorate fellow

chirurgien cardiaque chez hopital Erriad

Algeria

Biography

Dr. Bendjaballah Soumaia is currently working as Doctorate fellow in Medical Sciences in Cardiac Surgery in chirurgien cardiaque chez hopital Erriad, Constantine, Algeria. She has received her bachelor’s and master’s in cardiac surgery. Dr. Bendjaballah Soumaia has been Cardiac surgery specialist in public hospital of cardiac surgery ”Djeghri Mokhtar” in Constantine, Algeria. Dr. Bendjaballah Soumaia has many reviewed publications. Dr. Bendjaballah Soumaia research interests include Valvular disease, Congenital disease, Coronary disease.

Anshoo Agarwal

Professor & Chairperson

Northern Border University, Arar Kingdom

Arar Kingdom, Saudi Arabia

Biography

Dr. Anshoo Agarwal is currently working as Professor & Chairperson at Department of Pathology, Northern Border University, Arar Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. She received her Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery from King George's Medical College Lucknow. Dr. Anshoo Agarwal received her M.D in Pathology from LLRM Medical College / Ch. Charan Singh University. She is an Associate professor and Discipline Coordinator in University Technology MARA,Malaysia. Dr. Anshoo Agarwal has served on many scientific memberships like Life member of Indian Association of Pathology and Microbiology, Member of International Academy Pathology, Life member of Indian Society of Hematology & Transfusion Medicine,Emirates Medical Association Pathology Society. Dr. Anshoo Agarwal has more than 80 publications. Dr. Anshoo Agarwal is editorial member of 3 journals and has many reviewed publications. Dr. Anshoo Agarwal research interests include Advance Haematology & Immunohaematology, Breast cancer and Anticancer vaccines.

Tiija Elisabet Rinta

Research Officer

Culture, Communication and Media

University College London

United Kingdom

Biography

Dr Tiija Rinta is an educationist and researcher based in London, UK. She completed her doctorate from the Institute of Education, University of London, in 2008 on children’s vocal development and the use of singing activities in speech and language therapy with children. Since then she has worked as a Research Associate for the Institute on a number of projects concerned with children’s vocal development, social inclusion and the use of music in speech and language therapy. Tiija has also worked for several international NGOs and Government Agencies in various countries (such as Taiwan, Jordan and Uganda). The products of such work are publications in international professional journals, articles in magazines, book chapters and handbooks for professionals. Tiija frequently reviews articles for the Journal of Logopedics, Phoniatrics, Vocology, and the Psychology of Music. She currently works as a Director of a Music Academy in Uganda, whilst continuing her research activities at the Institute of Education in London.

Ankit Tanwar

Department of Cell Biology

Albert Einstein College of Medicine

United States

Naman Rao

Harvard Medical School

United States

Nguyen Van Bang

Associate Professor

Lecturer of Pediatric Department

Hanoi Medical University

Viet Nam

Dawei Li

Department of Colorectal Surgery

Fudan University Shanghai Cancer Center

China

Nabil Mohie Abdel-Hamid

Minia University

Egypt

Frank Boutsen

Associate Professor

Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders

University of Oklahoma

United States

Karen Mainess

Assistant Professor

Communication Sciences and Disorders

Loma Linda University

United States

Muhammad Akram

Associate Professor

Chairperson of Department of Eastern Medicine, Directorate of Medical Sciences

Government College University Faisalabad

Pakistan

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