A great education doesn’t stop at the classroom door. At IUP all of our Speech-Language Pathology students find plenty of opportunities to grow and learn in and outside of the classroom.
Our faculty members understand and embrace clinical mentorship as a system of practical training and consultation that fosters ongoing professional development on the part of the student—and yields sustainable high quality clinical care outcomes for our
patients. All of our faculty members are dedicated to providing excellent direct clinical supervision by responding to questions, reviewing clinical cases, and providing feedback and assisting in case management.
Jill Brady has worked as a school-based speech-language pathologist and has expertise in the area of pediatric speech and language disorders. Her current research focuses on bilingualism and second language acquisition in school-age children and adolescents.
She often supervises a Tuesday/Thursday afternoon clinic. Learn more about Jill Brady.
Erin Clark practiced as an SLP in the hospital setting for seven years prior to joining the faculty at IUP. Her areas of expertise include adult aphasia, dysphagia, brain injury, and dementia. She is a Vital Stim certified provider. She has provided home
health and outpatient adult and pediatric services as well. Learn more about Erin Clark.
Kacey Cowburn is an SLP with many years of experience in a variety of settings. She specializes in pediatric speech and language disorders. She currently supervises a section of diagnostic clinic as well as running our undergraduate student clinic that
provides the Book Talk Program to children at IndiKids.
Lori Lombard specializes in voice disorders and laryngeally based respiratory disorders such as vocal cord dysfunction. She also has expertise in head and neck cancer rehabilitation and management of tracheoesophageal punctures. Learn more about Lori Lombard.
Lisa Hammett Price is a pediatric specialist. She brings 15 years of clinical experience with preschool and school age children with speech and language disorders. She also has specific training in autism and AAC (augmentative and alternative communication).
Her clinical research focuses on how parents can become treatment partners using book reading at home to address speech and language goals. Learn more about Lisa Hammett Price.
Tamara Miller-Leeper has experience providing services in a variety of settings including acute care, outpatient rehab, skilled nursing, private practice and schools. Her areas of interest include pediatric articulation and language disorders, service delivery models in the school system and pragmatic language and executive functioning in clients with high functioning autism.