The SLP faculty and staff are certified by the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association.
Dr. Emily Diehm, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
Dr. Diehm's clinical and research interests include investigating the underlying cognitive, linguistic, and metalinguistic factors that contribute to oral language and literacy performance in preschool and early elementary-school students, predictors of future difficulty in literacy, and the development and and academic outcomes of children known to be at-risk for literacy difficulties, specifically children with comorbid speech and language disorders and those from low socioeconomic status backgrounds.
Mr. Mike Dillon, M.A., CCC-SLP
Mr. Dillon supervises off-campus practicum sites at SunBridge schools and the Traumatic Brain Injury Resource Center. He also supervises the DaZy Aphasia Centre, which meets in the UT Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic. Mr. Dillon has practiced in a variety of settings, including early intervention programs, schools, adult and pediatric home health, and adult and pediatric inpatient/outpatient settings, in both Ohio and North Carolina. His teaching experience includes articulation and phonological disorders as well as augmentative and alternative communication.419-530-5160
Dr. Rodney Gabel, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, BRS-FD
Teaching interests are centered around the nature and treatment of stuttering and fluency disorders. Research interests are treatment outcomes of intensive therapy programs for stuttering and the psycho-social impact of stuttering.
Mrs. Jennifer Glassman, M.A., CCC-SLP
Jennifer Glassman has been with the University of Toledo since 2007. Her research interests include holistic health and the effects of health of speech and language. She is currently completing her Ph.D. in Health Education.
Dr. Stephanie Hughes, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
Dr. Hughes' research focuses on the many ways in which individuals (and society in
general) are affected by communication differences and disorders. She conducts research
in the following areas: psychosocial aspects of stuttering, quality of life issues
associated with communication disorders, effects of the therapeutic relationship on
efficacy/effectiveness of therapy, and use of qualitative and mixed methods in communication
Ms. Aileen Hunt. M.A., CCC-SLP
Mrs. Hunt is a speech-language pathologist with over twenty-five years of experience in the field. Her areas of expertise include language and emergent literacy as well as the areas of evaluation and diagnosis.
Dr. Caroline Menezes, Ph.D., SLP
Assistant professor with research interest in articulation of prosodic units in human speech. Her research includes the use of the 3-D ElectroMagnetoArticulograph system that records fine kinematic data of speech articulators including structures within the oral cavity like the tongue and lower jaw. Dr. Menezes’ research also looks at the phonetic correlates of emotion in speech including laughter, suspicion, sadness, happiness, and love.
Dr. Lori Pakulski, Ph.D., CCC-A
Mrs. Amy Remer, M.A., CCC-SLP
Amy L. Remer, M.A., CCC-SLP is a lecturer in the Speech-Language Pathology Program in the Department of Rehabilitation Sciences. She is currently serving as the Coordinator of the Speech-Language Hearing Clinic. Mrs. Remer is also a Clinical Supervisor for the Graduate Studies Consortium for Listening and Spoken Language. Mrs. Remer attended the University of Toledo, earning her Bachelors and Masters of Arts in Speech-Language Pathology.
Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic: Ann Sheidler 419-530-4439 email@example.com
Rehabilitation Sciences Department: Becky Gwozdz 419-530-6670 firstname.lastname@example.org
University of Toledo
Department of Rehabilitation Sciences
2801 W. Bancroft/MS119
Toledo, Ohio 43606