Why I Love Teaching at Molloy College
Molloy focuses on community building both within and outside the college. There are many ways in which individuals can be involved and create positive change. As a clinician, it is our responsibility to assist individuals in need. The personal gains and lessons learned however are made by both the parties.
Areas of interest include examination of physiologic function in relation to swallowing, speech and voice disorders.
What I am working on
Currently am researching the use of electropalatography in relation to articulatory contact patterns. In addition, am interested in examining swallow patterns in relation to different food and liquid consistencies.
Make learning a way to live your life. Seek to know and want more as nothing in life is static. The individuals you serve will most grateful.
- Ph.D Speech Language Sciences and Disorders, Adelphi University
- M.A. Speech Language Pathology, St. John's University
- B.A. Speech Language Pathology, St. John's University