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Sarah E. Wallace

Sarah Wallace, PhD, CCC-SLP, ASHA Fellow, is professor and director of the master's program in Speech-Language Pathology. Her primary academic responsibilities involve leading and teaching in the Speech-Language Pathology program and participating in clinical education. As an established investigator, Sarah is a member of CSD's Pittsburgh Translational Aphasia Research Initiative (PTARI). The multi-investigator research team's mission is to enhance and accelerate progress in translational aphasia research and brings together significant strengths in care for individuals with aphasia.

Research Assistants

Tess Gundermann

Isabelle Michaud

Elenora Mocevic

Briana Patterson

Select Recent Collaborators

Dr. Lauren Bislick, CCC-SLP

Dr. Michael Biel, CCC-SLP

Dr. Tami Brancamp, CCC-SLP

Dr. Jessica Brown CCC-SLP

Rob Cavanaugh, CCC-SLP

Dr. Elena Donoso Brown, OTR/L

Dr. Will Evans, CCC-SLP

Dr. Rachel Goff-Albritton, CCC-SLP

Trish Hambridge

Dr. Tyson Harmon, CCC-SLP

Dr. Karen Hux, CCC-SLP

Dr. Kelly Knollman-Porter, CCC-SLP

Dr. Elizabeth Madden, CCC-SLP

Dr. Michelle Therrien