Diane L. Kendall, MPH, Ph.D.
Dr. Kendall joined the Speech and Hearing Sciences Department in 2008, and she became Professor Emeritus in 2022. Her research platform focused on rehabilitation of language disorders following stroke and in particular, understanding the theoretical relationship between phonology (sounds) and word retrieval deficits. Dr. Kendall developed Phonomotor Treatment (PMT) for rehabilitation of anomia in aphasia and the Standardized Assessment of Phonology in Aphasia (SAPA). Also, she is interested in understanding mechanisms driving health disparities in the rehabilitation sciences.