- Ph.D., Doctor of Philosophy, Speech & Hearing Sciences, University of Washington
- MA, Master of Arts, Communication Sciences & Disorders, University of Florida
- BA, Bachelor of Arts, Communication Sciences & Disorders, University of Florida
Lauren Bislick, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at the University Central Florida. Her research focuses on the understanding, diagnosis, and treatment of acquired apraxia of speech, a motor speech disorder that most frequently results from left hemisphere stroke. In particular, her long-term goal and current area of focus is the development of an effective treatment program, incorporating principles of motor learning, for the rehabilitation of acquired apraxia of speech that can be clinically implemented.
- Neurogenic Communication Disorders
- Acquired Apraxia of Speech
- Acquired Aphasia
- Differential Diagnosis
- Treatment Development
- Motor Learning Theory & Principles of Motor Learning
Phonomotor Treatment for Acquired Apraxia of Speech
Research Method in Communication Sciences & Disorders
Motor Speech Disorders in Adults & Children
UCF Aphasia House Named Southeast Research Hub for Patient-Centered Outcomes Project
UCF Aphasia House has been selected as one of four aphasia research incubator hubs throughout the country, representing the southeast region. The opportunity comes as a result of a collaboration...