Suzanne Meldrum

Lecturer, Speech Pathology, Edith Cowan University
Suzanne is a lecturer in Speech Pathology in the School of Medical and Health Sciences. Current Teaching SPE1102 Language Across The Lifespan SPE2103 Analysis of Speech and Language SPE3106 Management of Speech and Language Disorders SPE4110, 4111 Clinical Practicum (Tutor) Background Adjunct Research Officer, University of Western Australia (current) Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, University of Western Australia (past) Speech Pathologist, Therapy Focus (past) Speech Pathologist, WA Department of Health Shire Wyndham East Kimberley (past) Research Areas and Interests The pathogenesis and development of autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) Infant and early childhood language development Effects of early experiences upon language development Effects of prematurity on later speech and language development. Nutritional effects on neurodevelopment, particularly long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids Qualifications Doctor of Philosophy, The University of Western Australia, 2012. Bachelor of Science (Human Communication Science), Curtin University of Technology, 2006.

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