Editor-in-Chief: Speech Section

Bharath Chandrasekaran (2019–2021)
University of Pittsburgh

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Dr. Chandrasekaran is a professor and vice chair of research in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at the University of Pittsburgh. His research examines the neurobiological computations that underlie speech perception and learning, using an interdisciplinary, computational, and lifespan approach. He previously served as an associate professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at the University of Texas at Austin. He also held a postdoctoral position at Northwestern University.

Dr. Chandrasekaran received Early Career Awards from the Psychonomic Society (2016) and the Society for the Neurobiology of Language (2018). He is the recipient of the JSLHR Editor’s Award in 2014. He has served as an editor for JSLHR since 2017.

Editors: Speech Section

Julie Anderson 
Indiana University Bloomington 

Kate Bunton
The University of Arizona 

Michelle Ciucci
University of Wisconsin–Madison 

Jack Jiang 
University of Wisconsin Medical School 

Chao-Yang Lee
Ohio University 

Megan McAuliffe
University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand 

Editorial Board Members: Speech Section

Roozbeh Behroozmand, University of South Carolina
Stephanie Borrie, Utah State University
Françoise Brosseau‐Lapré, Purdue University
Linda M. Carroll, The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
Meghan Darling-White, The University of Arizona
Amy L. DeLaney, Marquette University
Laura Dilley, Michigan State University
Amanda I. Gillespie, University of Pittsburgh
Amanda Hampton Wray, Michigan State University
Elaine R. Hitchcock, Montclair State University
Kate Hutcheson, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
Ewa Jacewicz, The Ohio State University
Marie E. Jetté, University of Colorado School of Medicine, Anschutz Medical Campus
Yungjung Kim, Louisiana State University
Melda Kunduk, Louisiana State University
Mili Kuruvilla-Dugdale, University of Missouri
Jimin Lee, The Pennsylvania State University
Sue Ann Lee, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center
Andrea A. N. MacLeod, Université de Montréal, Quebec, Canada
Georgia Malandraki, Purdue University
Mili Matthew, St. Cloud State University
Elizabeth Murray, The University of Sydney, Lidcombe, New South Wales, Australia
Emily Myers, University of Connecticut
Ignatius Nip, San Diego State University
Douglas Parham, Wichita State University
Heather Ramsdell-Hudock, Idaho State University
Nicole Rogus-Pulia, University of Wisconsin–Madison
Susan Shaiman, University of Pittsburgh
Cara Elizabeth Stepp, Boston University
Puisan Wong, The University of Hong Kong, Pokfulam
Peiyun Zhuang, Zhongshan Hospital Xiamen University, China

Editor-in-Chief: Language Section

Sean Redmond, PhD (2017–2019)
The University of Utah

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390 South 1530 East
Social & Behavior Sciences Building
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
Phone: (801) 585-6284

Sean Redmond is an ASHA Fellow and professor at the University of Utah where he teaches and conducts research on children’s language disorders and their socioemotional difficulties. He is currently Editor-in-Chief for the Language section of JSLHR. His research has been funded by NIH.

Editors: Language Section

Mary Alt
The University of Arizona 

Lisa Archibald
University of Western Ontario, London, Canada 

Sudha Arunachalam
New York University 

Stephen Camarata
Vanderbilt University Medical Center 

Jan de Jong 
University of Bergen, Norway; University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands 

Christos Salis
Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne, England 

Filip Smolik 
Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague, Czech Republic 

Sarah Wallace
Duquesne University 

Editorial Board Members: Language Section

Alyson Abel, San Diego State University
Lisa Bedore, Temple University
Melissa Duff, Vanderbilt University
Lisa Edmonds, Columbia University
Denise A. Finneran, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
Pauline Frizelle, University College Cork, Ireland
Maria Garraffa, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, Scotland
Leah Kapa, The University of Arizona
Lynn Koegel, Stanford University
Sara Kover, University of Washington
Jacqueline Laures-Gore, Georgia State University
Miriam Lense, Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Laurence Leonard, Purdue University
Agnes Lukacs, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary
Jarrad Lum, Deakin University, Burwood, Victoria, Australia
Emily Lund, Texas Christian University
Jennifer Mack, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Elina Mainela-Arnold, University of Turku, Finland
Steve Majerus, Université de Liège, Belgium
Klara Marton, The City University of New York
Lisa H. Milman, Utah State University
Aparna Nadig, McGill University, Montreal, Québec, Canada
Janna Oetting, Louisiana State University
Martina Penke, University of Cologne, Germany
Judith Rispens, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Angela Roberts, Northwestern University
Megan Roberts, Northwestern University
Amanda Seidl, Purdue University
Tammie Spaulding, University of Connecticut
Vesna Stojanovik, University of Reading, Berkshire, England
Katie Strong, Central Michigan University
Courtney Venker, Michigan State University
Jet Vonk, Columbia University
Linda Watson, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Krystal Werfel, University of South Carolina
Stephen Wilson, Vanderbilt University

Editor-in-Chief: Hearing Section

Frederick Gallun, PhD (2017–2020)
VA Portland Healthcare System

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VA RR&D National Center for Rehabilitative Auditory Research
VA Portland Health Care System
3710 SW US Veterans Hospital Road (NCRAR)
Portland, Oregon 97239
Phone: 503-220-8262 ext. 57472

Frederick J. Gallun, Ph.D. is a researcher at the Dept. of Veterans Affairs Rehabilitation Research and Development National Center for Rehabilitative Auditory Research, and Associate Professor in Otolaryngology and the Neuroscience Graduate Program at Oregon Health and Science University. He received his undergraduate degree from Reed College and his PhD from UC Berkeley, both in Cognitive Psychology focusing on auditory perception. His work on clinical population and communication disorders began when he recieved an NIH-funded postdoctoral fellowship at Boston University. Since joining the NCRAR in 2006, his laboratory has been completely and continuously funded by competitive grants and awards from NIH and VA. The work focuses on the impacts of aging, hearing loss, and brain injury on the ability to parse the auditory scene, with an emphasis on speech understanding, spatial hearing, and the processing of temporal information. Current research directions also involve the translation of rapid, automated laboratory tests into clinically-usable versions that can be run on a tablet computer.

Editors: Hearing Section

Steve Aiken
Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada 

Alexander L. Francis
Purdue University 

Lori Leibold 
Boys Town National Research Hospital 

Jennifer Lentz
Indiana University 

Christian E. Stilp
University of Louisville

Editorial Board Members: Hearing Section

Nick Altieri, Old Brook High School
Tina Grieco-Calub, Northwestern University
Rachael Holt, The Ohio State University
Alan Kan, University of Wisconsin–Madison
Kaylah Lalonde, Boys Town National Research Hospital
Sarah Leopold, Utah State University
Chang Liu, The University of Texas at Austin
Michelle Molis, VA Portland Health Care System
Daniel Rasetshwane, Boys Town National Research Hospital
Yi Shen, Indiana University
Tim Schoof, University College, London, England
Daniel E. Shub, National Military Audiology and Speech Center, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
Joseph Toscano , Villanova University