Communication Sciences and Disorders

  • April 18, 2014 Boston Strong at 2014 Marathon

    Institute to be Boston Strong at the 2014 Marathon

    Several alumni and students who assisted survivors or were personally affected by last year’s bombing tragedy will be Boston Strong at the 2014 Boston Marathon on Monday.

    Many once again will work in the medical tents that are dotted along the race course. Dave Nolan, a 2006 Doctor of Physical Therapy graduate, ....  More

  • April 15, 2014 A Year Later, A Look Back

    A Year Later, A Look Back

    Nursing students Leslie Allen, left, and Stephanie Feeley


    Stephanie Feeley was celebrating her 23rd birthday on the afternoon of April 15, 2013, with some friends, watching Boston Marathon runners stream past her at a Cleveland Circle restaurant, when she noticed that everyone had stopped running.

    “We started seeing runners coming into the ....  More

  • April 15, 2014 Team IHP Prepares for Marathon

    Five Runners on Team IHP Ready for 2014 Boston Marathon

    Team IHP is fielding five runners who will be participating in the 2014 Boston Marathon on April 21.

    The 2013 Boston Marathon tragedy deeply touched the lives of many alumni, faculty, and students ....  More

  • April 10, 2014 Caring for High-Profile Patients

    Schwartz Rounds Discussion Focuses on Caring for High-Profile Patients

    Faculty members Marjorie Nicholas, left, and Anne McCarthy Jacobson discussing the challenges of treating celebrity patients.

    It’s not easy providing care to a celebrity, but two MGH Institute faculty members have done this without getting caught up in the media spotlight.

    Department of Communication ....  More

  • March 28, 2014 E. Lorraine Baugh Visiting Faculty

    Creator of Dignity & Respect Campaign Shares Message of Inclusion

    E. Lorraine Baugh, left, and Candi Castleberry Singleton


    When Candi Castleberry Singleton, Chief ....  More

  • February 28, 2014 Professor Receives $2.975-Million Research Grant, Largest for School

    CSD Professor Jordan Green Awarded $2.975-Million Grant, the Largest in MGH Institute History

    Professor Jordan Green, PhD, CCC-SLP, has received a $2.975 million award—the largest research grant in the history of the MGH Institute—from the National Institutes of Health’s National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication ....  More

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