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Hannah Rowe, MA, CCC-SLP

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Doctoral Student Research Fellow
Department: 
Communication Sciences and Disorders
Research: Speech and Feeding Disorders Lab
Office Location: 
Center for Health & Rehabilitation Research, B79/96, 2nd floor

Hannah Rowe is Doctoral Student Research Fellow in the Speech and Feeding Disorders Lab (SFDL) under the direction of Dr. Jordan Green. Her research in the SFDL is part of her studies as a student in the PhD in  Rehabilitation Sciences program at MGH Institute of Health Professions.

Prior to beginning the program, Hannah completed her clinical fellowship in speech-language pathology at a pediatric private practice.


Research Interests

Hannah’s research interests focus on speech motor control in adults with motor impairments. She is currently involved in research investigating the decline of bulbar motor function in individuals with ALS.


Education

BA, Psychology, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH
MA, Speech-Language Pathology, George Washington University, Washington, DC

Publications

Brundage, S. & Rowe, H. (2017). Rates of typical disfluency in the conversational speech of 30-month-old Spanish-English simultaneous bilinguals. Manuscript accepted for publication in the American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology.

Presentations

Rowe, H. & Brundage, S. (2017, September). Typical disfluencies in speech of Spanish-English bilinguals at 30 months. Poster presented at the 11th Oxford Dysfluency Conference, Oxford, England.

Rowe, H., Corcoran, T., & Brundage, S. (2016, November). Typical disfluencies in speech of Spanish-English bilinguals at 30 months. Poster presented at the 2016 ASHA Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Curriculum Vitae