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Invited Speakers

We will have two exciting invited presentations at the upcoming conference, on Saturday and Sunday.

Dr.  Jeannette D. Hoit
Professor, University of Arizona

Dr. Hoit is a professor in Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences, and a member of the Program in Neuroscience faculty, Motor Control Training faculty, and National Center for Neurogenic Communication Disorders faculty. She received her Ph.D. in Speech and Hearing Sciences from the University of Arizona in 1986 and later pursued postdoctoral study in the Respiratory Biology Program, Harvard School of Public Health, and the Speech Research Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dr. Hoit’s research and teaching interests include speech physiology as it relates to normal processes, particularly development and aging, and abnormal processes, particularly those associated with neuromotor speech disorders. She is currently focusing her research efforts on the areas of ventilator-supported speech and speaking-related dyspnea.

Dr. Bradley J. Undem
Professor, The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

Dr. Undem received his Ph.D. in Pharmacology from University of Wisconsin in 1985.  After post-doctoral training in Immunology at Johns Hopkins, he was appointed to Assistant Professor in 1987.  In 1997 he was appointed to his present position of Full Professor in the Department of Medicine with a Joint Appointments in The Center for Sensory Biology in the Department of Molecular Medicine, and in the department of Respiratory Physiology at the Bloomberg School of Public Health.  Dr. Undem has published extensively on the role of airway sensory and autonomic nerves in health and disease.   He has mentored over 25 graduate students and post-doctoral fellows, has served on the editorial board for 11 journals, and is a frequent peer reviewer for The National Institutes of Health and various international funding agencies.


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