Congrats to Cassandra Peters!

This May, CCANDL’s Cassandra Peters graduated from University of Wisconsin – Madison. Peters graduated from the Masters of Science program in Speech Language Pathology from the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders. CCANDL is sad …

CCANDL Presents at ADRD

  On Thursday March 5th, CCANDL members Hannah Belay, Cassandra Peters, Elizabeth Evans, and Audra Koscik presented their work at the Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders Research Day.

CCANDL Member Elizabeth Evans Wins Best Poster Award

On March 5th, Elizabeth Evans, first-year graduate student in Communication Sciences and Disorders, won the Best Graduate Student Poster Award at the Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders Research Day. Elizabeth’s poster, entitled “Validation of …

Elizabeth Evans Presents at Prosem

  This February, first year MS SLP student Elizabeth Evans presented her work on African American Adults at Risk for Alzheimer’s Disease and the role of connected speech analysis. Her presentation included information from Gina …

Dr. Mueller Featured on Dementia Matters Podcast

This month, Dr. Nathaniel Chin and Dr. Kimberly Mueller discussed cognitive health on Dr. Chin’s podcast Dementia Matters. The podcast episode focuses on the positive impact of cognitively stimulating activities and social engagement. To learn …

Presentation with Wisconsin ADRC

At a recent “Healthy Living with Mild Cognitive Impairment” class, Dr. Kimberly Mueller described how enhancing cognitive and social engagement can positively influence cognition and quality of life. The YouTube video can be found here: …

Lab Member Receives Friends of WSHA Scholarship

      Lab member Cassandra Peters received the Wisconsin Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Association’s Friends of WSHA Scholarship. This scholarship is awarded to one chosen graduate student in the field of speech-language pathology or …