Wendy Liang is a clinical fellow speech language pathologist in the College of Public Health and Health Professions at University of Florida. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Child Family Studies and graduated summa cum laude from Syracuse University in 2013. Wendy went on to earn her Master of Science with honors in Communicative Sciences from New York University in 2016.
During her time at NYU, Wendy published a manuscript regarding app-based biofeedback intervention for motor speech disorders with her advisor, Dr. Tara McAllister, and presented her Masters thesis at the Motor Speech Conference in 2016. She was also an assistant research scientist at the Swallow Research Lab at NYU with Dr. Sonja Molfenter, where she focused on timing/sequencing of the swallowing mechanism while cultivating her curiosity and passion for advancing the field of dysphagia. Wendy aims to learn more about the physiology of the swallowing mechanism by continuing to serve at the intersection of clinical research and patient care at the SSC.
Wendy is a global citizen from Brooklyn, NY and enjoys traveling, yoga, hiking, and picnics. She is fluent in Cantonese/Chinese, and conversant in Spanish.