Mary Andrianopolous, PhD
Dr. Mary Andrianopoulos is an Associate Professor at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst. Her clinical expertise is in the areas of motor speech and voice disorders, voice analysis and quantitative acoustic-perceptual measurement, dialectal and vocal differences among culturally and linguistically diverse populations, differential diagnosis and rehabilitation of motor speech and voice disorders, and neurological bases of communication disorders. She completed a two-year post-doctoral fellowship in medical speech pathology at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN. In addition, she served as clinical consultant of otolaryngology at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary and inpatient coordinator of Speech Pathology Services at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. She also served as an adjunct faculty to Harvard University's Medical Resident Training Programs in otolaryngology and neurology. She served as a Fulbright Scholar in Medical Sciences in the Department of Cognitive Sciences at the University of Athens in Greece during in 2003, where she currently serves as an adjunct visiting professor. Her research has been supported by private and federal organizations. The American Speech Language Hearing Association funded her research on vocal differences among culturally and linguistically diverse populations. She is the author of numerous journal publications, book chapters and training manuals. She has disseminated her research findings through numerous presentations and papers at national and international meetings. She is a reviewer for the: American Journal of Speech Language Pathology, Language Speech and Hearing in the Schools, and the New Investigators Program for the Voice Foundation. She is also the recipient of numerous outstanding teaching awards.