Research Interests: Child language development and disorders.
Bio: Dr. Domsch received her undergraduate degree from Valparaiso University, her Master's from UT-Austin, and her Ph.D. from Vanderbilt University. Her research is in the area of child language development and disorders. Her current interest is in the efficacy of interventions for the development of complex syntax in school-age children. She has worked with undergraduate students who wish to present at state and national conferences.
Research Interests: Hearing, hearing loss, ears, speech perception.
Bio: I have been a practicing audiologist for 30 years and have worked in the Department of Communication Disorders for 25 years. I see clients and supervise graduate student in the Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic in addition to teaching classes in acoustics, speech perception, anatomy/physiology of the ear, neuroanatomy, hearing testing and aural rehabilitation (hearing aids, cochlear implants, therapy). I have been a second reader and a supervising faculty on two other Honor's projects and successfully helped a student a SURF grant and an outside award to support her research.
Research Interests: Antibiotic resistant microbes continue to be a major threat to both healthcare and community. Healthcare associated infections (HAIs) have become increasingly difficult to manage. My research with HAIs primarily examines MRSA prevalence in environments and diverse populations, while also examining how people learn and adapt to the condition. I also continue to conduct research in the zoonotic realm, primarily rabies. My teaching and research are integrated between clinical microbiology & MDx.