Gloria Streit Olness, Ph.D., CCC-SLP

Associate Professor
Primary Research Interests: 

Basic, clinical, and organizational research and advocacy for and with people whose lives have been impacted by aphasia, achieved through multi-disciplinary, multi-institutional, problem-focused research collaboration. Emphasis on applications to the design of rehabilitation, and the enhancement of everyday communicative functionality and life engagement, of people with aphasia and their co-survivors.

940-369-7455
SPHC 217
Research Areas: 

Communication disorders due to stroke or other brain injury, with special focus on aphasia; research and advocacy; rehabilitation of everyday, functional communication

Other areas of expertise: 

French: Fluent reading and proficient conversational skills