Allison Aaron, MS, CCC-SLP

Department of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences

Boston University

aaaron@bu.edu

Research Interests

Assessment and treatment of voice disorders; Vocal Hyperfunction; Voice and gender

Education

2021 – Present         PhD, Speech, language, & hearing sciences (expected), Boston University

2017 – 2019              MS, Communication Sciences and Disorders, MGH Institute of Health Professions

2012 – 2016              BA, Psychology and Vocal Performance, Bucknell University

Clinical and Teaching Experience

2021                          Adjunct Faculty, Speech Science, Stony Brook University

2019 – 2021             Speech-Language Pathologist, Stony Brook University Hospital

Recent Publications

Aaron, A. (2019). Patients with Vocal Hyperfunction: Ambulatory Trends in Objective Voice Measures Associated with Self-Reported Vocal Improvement Or Deterioration in Daily Life. Order No. 22616593 MGH Institute of Health Professions, ProQuest.

Recent Presentations

Aaron, A., Ortiz, A., Mehta, D., Hillman, R., Toles, L., Marks, K., & Van Stan, J. (2019, October). Patients with Vocal Hyperfunction: Ambulatory Trends in Objective Voice Measures Associated with Self-Reported Vocal Improvement or Deterioration in Daily Life. The Fall Voice Conference, Plano, TX

Margulis, K., Wu, D., Wiens, N., Aaron, A., Gordon, R. (2018, November). MILEStone: Music Training Targets Language & Rhythm Skills in Children with Language Impairment. American Speech and Hearing Association Annual Conference, Boston, MA.

Aaron, A., Margulis, K., Vaughan, C., Chern, A., Blain, S., McAuley, D., Gordon, R. (2017, June). The Role of Auditory Working Memory in Rhythm and Language Performance. Neuromusic Conference, Boston, MA.

Aaron, A. & Martin, E. (2016, June). Vocal Health Protocols at Undergraduate Liberal Arts Institutions. Performing Arts Medical Association Conference, NY, NY.