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Rik Lemoncello presents seminars and posters on brain injury research
Author: Currently
Posted: November 21, 2011

Rik Lemoncello, Speech and Hearing Sciences faculty, co-presented two seminars and three posters at the annual convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) in San Diego, Calif., Nov. 17-19. The short course seminar was invited by the ASHA Special Interest Group on Neurogenic Communication Disorders; this course was co-presented with Jessica Fanning from University of Oregon on the topic of generating practice-based evidence. A second seminar was co-presented with McKay Sohlberg from University of Oregon on the topic of compliance with tele-rehabilitation for direct attention training among adults with acquired brain injury and presented research from a NIDRR-funded grant. The three poster sessions shared research with colleagues from PSU, including a multicultural project with Shelly Chabon and two projects that shared research from SPHR master's projects with recent alumnae Brenda Nuckton and DebraLee Grey.