Julie A.G. Stierwalt is an Associate Professor of Communication Disorders at Florida State University, where she teaches courses in dysphagia, motor speech disorders, acquired communication disorders, structural-based communication disorders, and medical speech pathology. Dr. Stierwalt received her B.A. and M.A. degrees from the University of Northern Iowa, and her Ph.D. from the University of Iowa. Currently her clinical work centers on evaluating and treating clients in the University Clinic at Florida State University, consulting with community agencies, and her clinical research. She has numerous journal publications, chapters and has recently published a co-authored textbook titled Brain-Based Communication Disorders. In 2009 ASHA recognized Dr. Stierwalts commitment to the field and awarded her Fellow status.
Motor Speech Disorders: Differential Diagnosis and Updates on Treatment
Managing Swallowing and Communication Function in Trach/Vent Dependent Patients
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