LUIZ ROBERTO MEDINA DOS SANTOS, MD, PhD, has completed his graduation at the age of 25 years from University of São Paulo Medical School and his PhD studies from the same University of São Paulo Medical School, in 2005. He is the chairman of Department of Head and Neck Surgery, Complexo Hospitalar do CEPON – Florianopolis – SC - Brazil and Supervisor for the Head and Neck Surgery Residency Program, Complexo Hospitalar do CEPON – Florianopolis – SC. He has published more than 40 papers in reputed journals and has been serving as an editorial board member of repute.
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Martine elie: Ph.D., Speech-Language Pathology, Howard University, M.S., Speech and Language Pathology, University of the District of Columbia, B.S., Speech Pathology & Audiology, St. John’s Univeristy.
Courses Taught: Clinical Practicum, Advanced Clinical Practicum, Annenberg Honors Program Sophomore Research Seminar.
Dr. Elie’s research interests are communication disorders/child language, Haitian Creole, speech and language development, multicultural issues and clinical management.
silvia martinez Ed.D., Applied Psycholinguistics, Boston University; C.A.S. Administration, Planning and Social Policy, Harvard University, M.S., Speech and Language Pathology, University of Puerto Rico School of Medicine, B.A., Psychology/Special Education, University of Puerto Rico.
Courses Taught:Phonetics, Tests & Measurements, Seminar on Bilingual Issues, Phonological Disturbances, Language & Literacy, Differential Diagnosis, Doctoral Seminar on Language Development, Doctoral Research Practicum, Research Supervision.
Dr. Martinez’s research interests are phonology, spanish dialectology, bilingualism/second language development, speech & language development, health literacy, health disparities/e-health and international development.