Evans’ Paper Published in Routledge

CCANDL is thrilled as Elizabeth Evans’ paper Preliminary assessment of connected speech and language as marker for cognitive change in late middle-aged Black/African American adults at risk for Alzheimer’s disease has been published in Routledge’s Aphasiology. …

Dr. Kimberly Mueller Receives NIH R01 Grant

CCANDL’s Principal Investigator Dr. Kimberly Mueller Ph.D., CCC-SLP, has received an R01 grant from the NIH for her project entitled, Novel Story Recall Measures as Indicators of Cognitive Decline Associated with Alzheimer’s Disease and Related …

Elizabeth Evans, B.S. published in JNBASLH

Elizabeth Evans, one of our second year graduate SLP students recently published an article titled “Implementation of a Racial Equity Course within a Communication Sciences and Disorders Graduate Program: A Student Perspective” for the Winter …

Hannah Belay Receives Poster Award

This year, the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA) granted CCANDL’s Hannah Belay an award for her poster “Communication Behaviors Manifested as Episodes of Lucidity in Persons Living with Dementia: A Scoping Review”. The award is …