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Theresa H. Chisolm, PhD and Michelle Arnold, AuD, PhD collaborated with Victoria Sanchez, AuD, PhD.
Maxfield worked with other international researchers to inform NIDCD funding priorities in the area of stuttering.
Multiple CBCS students have been named recipients of various fellowships to support the completion of their doctoral degrees.
Nathan Maxfield, PhD, CCC-SLP gave an invited presentation titled "Stuttering as Neurodivergence?" at the City University of New York.
Multiple CBCS students were honored at the Student Research Awards Luncheon hosted by USF Research and Innovation.
The students recently presented the findings of their collaborative research project.
With the allocation of these awards, USF Research aims to support faculty in launching programs of research that result in successful grant proposals to support further research at the university.
They will provide services to those who have Parkinson's or a related movement disorder who may not have insurance coverage or have exhausted benefits.
Four third-year students each presented the results of their doctoral project.
The event was held in partnership with Dysphonia International and the Tampa Spasmodic Dysphonia Support Group.
The conference brought together scholars who shared their knowledge on intervention, narrative studies, bilingualism, and language development.
The CBCS Research Council has selected the recipients of the CBCS Internal Grant for fall 2022.