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Contact the Voice and Velopharyngeal Dysfunction Program

The Voice and Velopharyngeal dysfunction program at BCH is involved in clinical research in several areas, with collaboration between our physicians, speech-language pathologists, and nurses.  Areas of research focus include:

  • Vocal fold nodules, treatment, progression
  • Vocal fold dysfunction
  • Voice outcomes of pre-term infants
  • Voice aberrations associated with use of vagal nerve stimulators in children
  • Voice quality associated with vocal fold immobility
  • Laryngeal abnormalities in children with congenital tracheoesophageal fistula and esophageal atresia
  • Use of MR angiogram imaging in children with 22q11 deletion syndrome

Please visit our providers ResearchGate sites to see some of their work and research.

Roger Nuss

Anne Hseu

John Meara

Carolyn Rogers-Vizena

Geralyn Woodnorth

Elizabeth Heller Murray

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