About Alicia Vose, M.A., CCC-SLP
Alicia Vose is a current PhD student at the University of Florida under Dr. Ianessa Humbert. She completed her Bachelors degree in Speech-Language Pathology & Audiology at The University of Connecticut and her Masters Degree in Speech-Language Pathology from The George Washington University. She obtained her CCC-SLP at The Johns Hopkins Hospital where she spent the past 6 years practicing in acute inpatient care. Alicia has clinical specialties in diagnosis and management of swallowing disorders following acute surgery, trauma and solid organ transplantation. She also specializes in the effects of critical care medicine on swallowing, and swallowing and communication options for patients in the Intensive Care Unit, including tracheostomy and ventilator dependent patients. Alicia is currently at the University of Florida working on her PhD in Rehabilitation Science focusing on neurophysiology and dysphagia. Current interests include mechanisms underlying normal and disordered airway protection, applying physiology to clinical decision-making, and investigating the interactions between breathing and swallowing in individuals with dysphagia.
A native from northern Maine, Alicia enjoys mountaineering and hiking, fly-fishing, backpacking foreign countries, and extremely spicy food.
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