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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 through speech network supervision. As an established investigator, Wallace 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. Wallace joins the department from Duquesne University where she served as professor and program director for the Adult Language and Cognition Clinic and director of the Communication and Cognition Lab. 

Departments

Department of Communication Science and Disorders

Programs

Speech-Language Pathology