Cheryl Messick is Vice Chair of Academics in the Department of Communication Science and Disorders (CSD). Messick’s professional interests focus on applying multi-disciplinary evidence to clinical teaching. She conducts workshops nationally and internationally to promote the implementation of evidence-based practice to clinical education. She has served as a consultant to University programs nationally and internationally regarding methods for optimizing clinical education in speech-language pathology.
Messick is also the co-Director of LEND Pittsburgh, a Maternal and Child Health Bureau (MCHB) funded leadership training grant focusing on family-centered, multidisciplinary services for children with developmental disabilities and their families. She is an ASHA Fellow and recently completed an Erskine Teaching Fellowship at the University of Canterbury in Christchurch New Zealand. Her clinical interests focus on speech/language services to young children with developmental disabilities.
Department of Communication Science & Disorders
Clinical Science Doctorate in Medical Speech-Language Pathology
Speech Language Pathology