Steve R. Cox, B.A. (Honors), M.A.

Doctoral Candidate, Rehabilitation Sciences

Elborn College, Room 2200
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Research Interests: electrolaryngeal speech, head and neck cancer, voice disorders, dysphagia, quality of life, speech-language pathology


Steve is a doctoral student in Rehabilitation Sciences, and is the newest member of the Voice Production and Perception Laboratory and Laboratory for Well-Being and Quality of Life in Oncology. He received his clinical training in Speech-Language Pathology at Brock University (2007) and Central Michigan University (2009). He has held positions as a part-time instructor in the Department of Applied Linguistics at Brock University, a clinical fellow in speech-language pathology within long-term care in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and as a graduate SLP intern at Roswell Park Cancer Institute (RPCI) in Buffalo, New York.

Steve's research interests include alaryngeal speech rehabilitation, voice and swallowing outcomes in head and neck cancer (HNCa), and quality of life (QOL) issues faced by this population. His research will seek to advance the clinical practice of speech-language pathology in the rehabilitation of individuals treated for laryngeal cancer. It will focus on refining the evidenced-based tools and methods used to restore functional communication abilities and auditory-perceptual characteristics with subsequent impact on overall QOL.

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