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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

Stephanie Borrie

Utah State University

Kate Bunton

The University of Arizona

Michelle R. Ciucci

University of Wisconsin-Madison

Jack Jiang

University of Wisconsin Medical School

Chao-Yang Lee

Ohio University

Cara E. Stepp

Boston University

Editorial Board Members: Speech Section

Roozbeh Behroozmand, University of South Carolina
Françoise Brosseau‐Lapré, Purdue University
Linda Carroll, The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
Ayoub Daliri, Arizona State University
Meghan Darling-White, The University of Arizona
Amy L. Delaney, Marquette University
Maria Dietrich, Universitätsklinikum Bonn
Laura Dilley, Michigan State University
F. Sayako Earle, University of Delaware
Carole T. Ferrand, Emerita, Hofstra University
Annalise Fletcher, University of North Texas
Amanda Hampton Wray, University of Pittsburgh
Leah B. Helou, University of Pittsburgh
Elaine R. Hitchcock, Montclair State University
Matthew R. Hoffman, University of Alabama-Birminham
Kate Hutcheson, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
Jenya Iuzzini-Seigel, Marquette University
Marie E. Jettè, University of Colorado School of Medicine, Anschutz Medical Campus
Kaitlin L. Lansford, Florida State University
Rosemary A. Lester-Smith, The University of Texas at Austin
Fernando Llanos, The University of Texas at Austin
Mili Mathew, St. Cloud State University
Nathan D. Maxfield, University of South Florida
Tara McAllister, New York University
Antje Mefferd, Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Daryush D. Mehta, Massachusetts General Hospital
Emily Myers, University of Connecticut
Megan S. Overby, Duquesne University
Emily Plowman, University of Florida Health
Nicole Rogus-Pulia, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Evan Usler, University of Delaware
Rene Utianski, Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN
Jason A. Whitfield, Bowling Green State University
Puisan Wong, The University of Hong Kong
Peiyun Zhuang, Xiamen University

Editor-in-Chief: Language Section

Stephen Camarata, PhD (2020–2022)
Vanderbilt University Medical Center

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Dr. Camarata is a Professor of Hearing & Speech Sciences and Psychiatry in the School of Medicine and Professor of Special Education at Peabody College, Vanderbilt University. In addition, he is an Investigator at the John F. Kennedy Center for Research on Development and Disabilities.

Stephen Camarata received his PhD in 1984 at Purdue University with a major in Audiology & Speech Sciences and a minor in Statistical Methods. Postdoctoral appointments were held at the University of Arizona (Speech & Hearing Sciences) and at the University of California, San Diego (in Cognitive Science).

Dr. Camarata’s areas of research interest are focused on the identification and treatment of speech, language disorder, and hearing loss. Populations of interest include autism, Down syndrome, phonological disorder, and language disorder.  

A Fellow of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Dr. Camarata is a permanent member of the NIH study section on Communication Disorders Research and has been a member of review panels at the National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine. He has also served as an editor for JSLHR.

Editors: Language Section

Mary Alt

The University of Arizona

Julius Fridriksson

University of South Carolina

Susan Nittrouer

University of Florida Health

Megan York Roberts

Northwestern University

Christos Salis

Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne, England

Sarah Wallace

Duquesne University

Krystal Werfel

University of South Carolina

Editorial Board Members: Language Section

Pauline Frizelle, University College Cork, Ireland
Lauren H. Hampton, University of Texas – Austin
Leah L. Kapa, University of Arizona
Elizabeth S. Kelley, University of Missouri
Emily A. Lund, Texas Christian University
Jennifer Mack, University of Massachusetts-Amherst
Monique T. Mills, University of Houston
Angela Roberts, Northwestern University
Holly Robson, University College London, United Kingdom
Tammie Spaulding, University of Connecticut
Courtney E. Venker, Michigan State University
Vitor Zimmerer, University College London, United Kingdom
Jennifer Zuk, Boston University

Editor-in-Chief: Hearing Section

Peggy Nelson (2021–2023)
University of Minnesota

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Dr. Nelson received her Master of Science in Speech (Audiology) from Kansas State University (1982) and her PhD in Audiology from Kansas State University (1991).

As an author, her articles and patents have been cited more than 2,000 times, and her articles have received the Editor’s Award for the American Journal of Audiology in 2003 and 2004 and the Outstanding Contribution Award for the ASHA Leader in 2011. She served as an associate editor for Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools (LSHSS) from 2001 to 2004 and for the Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research (JSLHR) from 2005 to 2008. Dr. Nelson also served as a member of the ASHA Publications Board from 2008 through 2010.

An active researcher, Dr. Nelson has served as the inaugural director of the Center for Applied and Translational Sensory Science since 2015, which focuses on studying sensory deficits such as low vision and hearing loss. Since 2007, she has worked on more than 20 research projects and grants at the University of Minnesota, eight of which are currently active.

Dr. Nelson previously served as chair of the Department of Speech-Language-Hearing Services at the University of Minnesota (2008–2015). She became an ASHA Fellow in 2010.

Editors: Hearing Section

Alexander L. Francis

Purdue University

Rachael Holt

The Ohio State University

Daniel Rasetshwane

Boys Town National Research Hospital

Yi Shen

University of Washington

Christian E. Stilp

University of Louisville

Editorial Board Members: Hearing Section

Angela Bonino, University of Colorado Boulder
Adam K. Bosen, Boys Town National Research Hospital
Tina Grieco-Calub, Rush University Medical Center
Erin M. Ingvalson, Florida State University
Aryn M. Kamerer, Boys Town National Research Hospital
Alan Kan, Macquarie University
Kaylah Lalonde, Boys Town National Research Hospital
Susannah Levi, New York University
James D. Lewis, The University of Tennessee
Xin Luo, Arizona State University
Paul Reinhart, Starkey Hearing Technologies
Valeriy Shafiro, Rush University
Daniel E. Shub, National Military Audiology and Speech Center, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
Joseph Toscano, Villanova University
Kristin Van Engen, Washington University in St. Louis
Beth Walker, The University of Iowa
Yang-Soo Yoon, Baylor University