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For Children (3+) and Adults
Thursday November 24th & Friday November 25th, 2022
9:00am - 4:00pm
Location: Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Music Media and Technology (CIRMMT)
527 Sherbrooke Street West, Montreal, 8th Floor
Hearing information will be provided and an audiologist will be on site to answer questions
McGill’s School of Communication Sciences and Disorders is proud to be hosting a research talk and panel discussion on language development and language disorders in high school populations.
April 5, 2022, 3:30 to 6:30 pm
To register, please use this form
Research Talk, 3:30 pm
Source: McGill Reporter
Six Master’s students engaged in telepractice with children to maximize learning to read amidst COVID restrictions
Although the pandemic made in-person Convocation ceremonies impossible once again this year, the event represents an important milestone in a graduate’s journey as the recognition of years of hard work. It also provides an opportune time to reflect on that journey, as Dr. Haruka Saito, the lone 2021 graduate from the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders (SCSD), did in taking some time to answer a few of our questions.
What was the focus of your PhD, and what led you to that topic?
Rosemary Wedderburn Brown Prize
Established in 2010, this award is aimed at full-time faculty members in the health professional Schools of the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences (Communication Sciences and Disorders, Nursing, Physical and Occupational Therapy), in order to recognize individuals with outstanding scholarly potential and demonstrated research excellence in the early stages of their career.
Congratulations to our former PhD student, Dr. Ana Maria Gonzalez Barrero, who will be joining the faculty at Dalhousie’s School of Communication Sciences and Disorders in September!
Due to ongoing pandemic restrictions, we will host a virtual event via zoom on Saturday March 27, 2021, 1-2pm eastern standard time for prospective students in our MScA program in Speech Language Pathology.
Please register for the event here: https://forms.gle/jfGRqRocW6pMNcsu5
The zoom link will be shared following registration.
McGill School of Communication Sciences and Disorders invites you to join the following event with us:
The multiplicity of cognitive paths and learning outcomes in development
Dr. Lisa Archibald, PhD
School of Communication Sciences and Disorders
As you know, McGill University is committed to helping contain the propagation of COVID-19 and fully supports the Quebec government’s decision to close all schools and universities for the two-week period ending March 29. We all must do our part to “flatten the curve” so that health services are not overwhelmed by the resulting patient load.
Click here for more info!
Dialogue McGill is proud to announce that since the beginning of January 2020 Dr. ARIEL MERCADO is responsible for the coordination of French courses for McGill HSS students at the McGill French Language Centre (FLC).
Congratulations to Dr. Polka!
Students from the McGill University Faculty of Medicine’s School of Communication Sciences and Disorders (SCSD) have once again been busy organizing a series of events for spring 2019. Working under the guidance of Dr. Nicole Li-Jessen, Assistant Professor at the SCSD, two groups of students, each comprised of five final year Master’s students in Speech-Language Pathology, have developed events geared towards raising public awareness of often-overlooked issues related to swallowing and voice.
Want to gain experience in research?
The PoP Lab (Prof. Nadig) is recruiting volunteers to work on 3 projects.
1. Video coding of music and play-based therapy sessions with children with autism,
2. a study examining what aspects of social interaction help typically-developing toddlers learn words, using skype interactions as well as being an observer of interactions between adults,
3. A community-based project on job coach support to increase employment success in adults with autism or intellectual disability (French fluency required).