Our goal is to improve speech, language, and hearing.
Our award-winning faculty achieve this through:
- Research innovation
- Clinical Services
- Community outreach
- Training the next generation of clinicians and researchers
And through active collaborations across the campus.
Join the University of Maryland Autism Research Consortium (UMARC) for a monthly lecture series in support of parents of children with autism! The event will be on Thursday, September 10th from 7:00-9:00pm, featuring Dr. Dan Shapiro, M.D., whose lecture will be focused on "An Individualized Approach to Behavior Management in Autism." Dr.
This summer, undergraduate students became involved in on-campus research in the department. With faculty mentors including Dr. Nan-Berstein Ratner, Dr. Rochelle Newman, and Dr. Jared Novick, these students gained hands-on experience in labs working on studies that could have real-life, clinical implications. The students received the following summer research scholarships: Language Sciences Summer Scholarships from the University of Maryland's Center for Advanced Study of Language (CASL), the Summer Research Initiative program scholarships in the College of Behavioral & Social Sciences, and the Maryland Summer Scholars program scholarships from the Maryland Center for Undergraduate Research. Read more about their research projects!
Did you know that cochlear implant (CI) services are offered here on campus through our audiology clinic? Services include CI candidacy assessment for patients interested in obtaining a cochlear implant, as well as mapping to improve the way patients with CIs hear speech, environmental sounds, and even music. Services are provided by or under the supervision of adjunct faculty member and CI specialist Nicole Nguyen, Au.D., CISC, FAAA, the director of Audiology at our partner location, the Hearing and Balance Center at the University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore. Click "Read More" to learn more information about these services.