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New Research Associate Position Available

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Published: 6 Mar 2015

Media Coverage on World Voice Day

Here is an interesting interview done by BTV Montreal with our Dr. Li-Jessen! 

Also check out this article covering World Voice Day 2016.

Published: 11 Apr 2016

Med e-News on Swallowing Awareness Event

Click below to check out the Med e-News article about our Swallowing Awareness Event!


Published: 9 Apr 2016

Banner/Minerva/AX upgrade completed!

The scheduled upgrade of Banner/Minerva is completed and related systems are now open!

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If you encounter any issues using Minerva, Banner, AX or other systems, contact the IT Service Desk.

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Published: 4 Apr 2016

Med e-News on World Voice Day

Check out this article about SCSD's World Voice Day!



Published: 1 Apr 2016

Advocacy and support services for adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Recent research by Professors Nadig and Flanagan at McGill demonstrates that young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder benefit from support during their transition from school to the community. However, services of this kind are sorely lacking for individuals who do not have intellectual disability....

Published: 16 Mar 2016

Hearing Screening

Published: 10 Mar 2016

Final MICLIU Priority Points List for School of Communication Sciences & Disorders


Published: 2 Mar 2016

Dr Pell's study featured in Media

Dr. Pell's study on 'GROWLS, LAUGHS AND SOBS ARE BETTER THAN WORDS AT CONVEYING EMOTION' has been covered recently by various sources of Media.

A new study by researchers at Canada's McGill University has found that humans pay more attention when an emotion is expressed through a vocalisation than we do when the same emotion is put into words.

Published: 21 Jan 2016

Human sounds convey emotions better than words do

By Katherine Gombay, McGill Newsroom

Brain uses “older” systems/structures to preferentially process emotion expressed through vocalizations

Published: 18 Jan 2016

Dr. Rvachew's article Featured on Research Tuesday of ASLHA

The article “A Randomized Trial of 12-Week Interventions for the Treatment of Developmental Phonological Disorder in Francophone Children,” authored by Dr. Susan Rvachew and Dr. Francoise Brosseau-Lapre (former doctoral student currently Assistant Professor at Purdue University) has been selected to appear as the featured Research Tuesday article on the social media channels the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association this Tuesday, December 15, 2015.  ...

Published: 16 Dec 2015

Dr. Li-Jessen's article featured on Med e-News

Dr. Li-Jessen's article has been featured on this week's Med e-News! Congratulations to our assistant professor.

Click here to read 'Using Acupuncture to treat voice disorders'.

Published: 11 Dec 2015

How can I tell if they're lying?

​Sarcasm, white lies and teasing can be difficult to identify for those with certain disorders – new video inventory developed at McGill may help

Published: 26 Nov 2015

CFI invests $1.2 million to boost excellence in research at McGill with Prof. Nicole Li as one of the recipients

McGill reports $1.2 mil investment from Canada Foundation for Innovation to boost excellence in research at McGill. Professor Nicole Li from the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders is one of the recipients of the funding.  Congratulations!

Click here to read the article.

Published: 31 Jul 2015

Media coverage on the study of infants preferring baby talk at Dr. Linda Polka's lab

CBC, CJAD and Smithsonian Magazine have interviewed Dr. Linda Polka on the study of how babies prefer the sound of other babies.  This study was conducted by Ph.D. student Matthew Masapollo, Linda Polka and UQAM colleague Lucie Menard.

Published: 15 May 2015