Lindsay Griffin

Assistant Professor

Dr. Griffin is a speech-language pathologist with clinical and research interests in the neural mechanisms of normal and disordered swallowing in adults. She studies methods of augmenting traditional dysphagia rehabilitation using electrical and sensory stimulation as well as ways to improve swallowing evaluation procedures. She presents her research nationally and loves including undergraduate and graduate students in her research.

Dr. Griffin teaches graduate coursework in neurogenic communication disorders and dysphagia. She supplements course materials with evidence-based practice techniques and examples from her clinical experiences, which include the Spaulding Rehabilitation network and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.

About

  • Communication Sciences & Disorders
    Since 2019

Education

B.S., Lebanon Valley College
M.S., Northeastern University
Ph.D., James Madison University