Faculty & Staff

Name and Title Interests Contact Information

Saradha Ananthakrishnan, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Audiology Graduate Program Director

(she/her)

Neurophysiological representation of auditory signals in listeners with typical and atypical auditory systems; Simulation in audiology; Machine learning & audiology

 

410-704-6369

Van Bokkelen, Room 105B

Jennifer Beard, MS, CCC-SLP

Assistant Clinical Professor

Speech-Language Pathology

(she/her)

Autism spectrum disorders; pediatric to adult speech-language pathology

410-704-7553

Olympic Place, Room 432
(Institute for Well-Being)

William J. Bologna, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Audiology

(he/him)

Clinical applications for virtual reality technology in audiology; Aging; Aural rehabilitation; Psychoacoustics; Speech perception

410-704-2437

Van Bokkelen, Room 105D

Patti Caudill, M.S., CCC-SLP

Assistant Clinical Professor

Speech-Language Pathology

(she/her)

Craniofacial disorders, Motor speech disorders, Velopharyngeal dysfunction, Dysphagia throughout the lifespan with special interest in pediatric feeding-swallowing, Clinical diagnostics, Instrumental assessment of swallowing and voice disorders, Interprofessional team care (aerodigestive, cleft, NICU)

410-704-5376

Olympic Place, Room 418
(Institute for Well-Being)

Kelly Coburn, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Speech-Language Pathology 

(they/them)

Autism, neurodiversity, language and communication, AAC, gender diversity, qualitative methods

410-704-6322

Van Bokkelen, Room 011

Karen Day, M.S.

Associate Clinical Professor

Speech-Language Pathology Graduate Program Director

(she/her)

Early identification of speech and language disorders; interprofessional collaboration; speech/language intervention for preschoolers in a natural environment



410-704-4022

Olympic Place, Room 420        (Institute for Well-Being)      

Diana Emanuel, Ph.D. 

Professor

Audiology

(she/her)

Lived Experience of the Audiologist (LEA) Project; Survey-based research on audiology practice issues; Hearing Science; DEI issues in CSD

 



410-704-2417

Van Bokkelen, Room 105

Sharon Glennen, Ph.D.

Professor

Speech-Language Pathology

(she/her)

Language Disorders in Children; Language Development and Disorders in Internationally Adopted Children; Augmentative and Alternative Communication 

410-704-3097

Olympic Place, Room 423 (Institute for Well-Being)

 

Casey Keck, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Speech-Language Pathology

(she/her)

Communication abilities, social functioning and outcome after brain injury; quality of life after brain injury; utilizing health and well-being frameworks to improve clinical practices

410-704-3105

Van Bokkelen, Room 105C

Ashley Z. King, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Audiology

(she/her)

Characterization of perceptual changes following vestibular impairment; Balance assessment and fall prevention; Chronic dizziness; Vestibular compensation; Vestibular evoked myogenic potential testing.

410-704-2449

Van Bokkelen, Room 105E

Amanda N. Kozlowski, Au.D.

Audiology Clinic Director

(she/her)

Vestibular testing; hearing instruments; cochlear implants; clinical supervision 

410-704-3616

Olympic Place, Room 426 (Institute for Well-Being)

 

Julie Norin, Au.D.

Assistant Clinical Professor

Audiology

(she/her)

Adult and Pediatric Diagnostics, Hearing Aids, Counseling in Audiology, and Aural Rehabilitation

 

410-704-3617

Olympic Place, Room 419
(Institute for Well-Being)

Chhayakant Patro, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Audiology

Cochlear implants, aging, "cocktail party" listening, peripheral and central factors underlying individual differences in speech perception

410-704-5903

Van Bokkelen, Room 109D

Katherine G. Peitsch, Au.D.

Assistant Clinical Professor

Audiology

(she/her)

Hearing aids; diagnostic audiology; auditory processing disorders; clinical supervision

410-704-5539

Olympic Place, Room 416
(Institute for Well-Being)

 

Mark Pellowski, Ph.D.

Professor

Speech-Language Pathology

The assessment and treatment of stuttering (and other fluency disorders) across the lifespan; The relationship between speech rate and stuttering; The speech and language abilities of people who stutter

410-704-5899

Van Bokkelen, Room 109E

Danika Pfeiffer, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Speech-Language Pathology

(she/her)

Emergent literacy; interprofessional education and practice; language development and disorders; high-quality professional development

410-704-3860

Van Bokkelen, Room 109F

Karen Pottash, M.A.

Speech-Language Pathology Clinic Director

(she/her)

Clinical supervision; diagnostics; child articulation and phonology; child language, child fluency


410-704-3607


Olympic Place, Room 424 (Institute for Well-Being)

Nirmal Srinivasan, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Undergraduate Speech-Language Pathology & Audiology Program Coordinator

Audiology

(he/him)

Speech Perception, Room acoustics, Reververation, Psychoacoustics, Aging, Hearing Aids, Statistics, Central Auditory Processing Disorders

410-704-3920

Van Bokkelen, Room 102

 

Shameka Stewart, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Speech-Language Pathology

(she/her)

Confluence and Impact of cognitive and communication disorders on the school-to-confinement pipeline, status offenses, involvement with the criminal justice system, law enforcement interaction, and criminal recidivism in youth placed at-risk for delinquency and crime (especially Black and Brown youth from under-resourced areas).

410-704-3096

Van Bokkelen, Room 019

C'Rai Weeden Shannon, M.A.

Assistant Clinical Professor

Speech-Language Pathology

(she/her)

Pediatric speech-language pathology; AAC; special education

410-704-7547

Olympic Place, Room 417 (Institute for Well-Being)

Kaitlyn Wilson, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Department Chairperson

Speech-Language Pathology

(she/her)

 

Autism spectrum disorders; Language development (typical and atypical); Behavioral interventions targeting social interaction and communication; Professional training practices 

410-704-5375

Van Bokkelen, Room 105C

 

Staff

Name and Title Contact Information

Danielle Brower

Program Specialist

(she/her)

410-704-5358

Van Bokkelen, Room 008

Megan Friedman Davis

Administrative Assistant II

(she/her)

410-704-6048

Van Bokkelen, Room 105B

Emeritus Faculty

NAME iNTERESTS cONTACT iNFORMATION
Sheryl Cooper, Ph.D.

American Sign Language on college campuses, American Sign Language Interpreting, Deafblind culture and communication, and American Sign Language in Jewish settings

Vic Gladstone, Ph.D. Fine art, portrait, and sports photography; spending time with family, friends, our dogs; travel; golf; bicycling; clinical and educational program consultation
Peggy Korczak, Ph.D. Electrophysiology  
Joyce Reitzel, Ph.D.   Language development