College of Health Professions
Communication Sciences and Disorders
- @New York City
163 William Street 429
I am a language scientist, educator and clinician specializing in adult communication disorders. My additional interest areas have include clinical education and multicultural issues. I have authored two books, book chapters and many journal articles in communication sciences and disorders.
PhD, Graduate Center, City University of New York, New York,NY, 1995
Speech and Hearing Sciences
Awards and Honors
St. John's University,
- Seed Grant and Faculty Productivity Awards
Carozza, L. S. (2016, June 28). Tips for Training Caregivers to Communicate with Dementia Patients. ASHA Leader Blog, ASHA Leader.
Hartowicz, E. (2016, May 20). Silberman Aging Center 2nd Annual Conference: Navigating the Complexities of Caregiving. Creative Approaches to Improving the Quality of Life in Dementia: Navigating the complexities of caregiving. Silberman Aging Center , NY, NY.
I am interested in the neurogenic underpinnings of language and speech disability. My research has included speech science and outcomes research in the area of aphasia, dementia and other related disorders. The early biomarkers for dementia may include speech signal variation that I am interested in pursuing in my motor speech work. In addition, I have interest in the quality of life of patients who are living longer with communication disability and require research-driven models of intervention at chronic stages. My recent book focuses on the changes that take place in speech, hearing, swallowing and language across the lifespan. .
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association