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Biography

I am a speech pathologist, and I study communication disabilities. I am interested in aphasia, and other acquired communication disabilities. My research focuses on communication in the course of everyday life, and related speech pathology assessment, intervention, and measurement practices.

I have expertise in ethnomethodological research methods, and particularly conversation analysis. I employ these methods with a view to exploring the interface between the organisation of interaction, language, cognition, and related impairments. I am especially interested in organisations of practice for interaction, including the turn-taking and repair systems, and the processes of action formation and ascription.

I currently supervise students conducting research on acquired communication disabilities, related speech pathology assessment and intervention, and everyday and institutional interactions across a variety of social activities and languages. 

Teaching and Leadership

I am the Course Director of the Master of Speech and Language Pathology. I am responsible for the design, delivery, and evaluation of curriculum in this course.

I teach in units of study for the Master of Speech and Language Pathology focused on a variety of topics, including the conceptual bases of speech pathology practice, acquired communication disabilities, and language and communication analysis.

Research interests

  • Acquired communication disability, including aphasia, right hemisphere stroke, and traumatic brain injury
  • Pragmatic communication disorders
  • Speech pathology assessment and intervention
  • Conversation Analysis and Interactional Linguistics
  • Turn-taking and repair organization; comparative studies of interaction
  • Human communication universals; diversity in language and communication; multilingualism

Research student supervision

I am available to supervise research student projects focused on communication disabilities and speech pathology practice, and projects employing conversation analysis in everyday and institutional interactions.

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