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Speech & Hearing Sciences
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JoAnn P.

Research Assistant Professor
B.A., Speech and Hearing Sciences, Indiana University
M.S., Communicative Disorders, University of Wisconsin - Madison
Ph.D., Speech and Hearing Sciences, University of Washington

JoAnn SilkesPh.D., CCC-SLP, is a Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences. She received her B.A. in Speech and Hearing Sciences at Indiana University, her M.S. in Communicative Disorders at the University of Wisconsin, and her Ph.D. in Speech and Hearing Sciences at the University of Washington. She then completed a post-doctoral research fellowship in the UW's Department of Rehabilitation Medicine while working in the Aphasia Research Lab and collaborating with the UW Cognitive Neuroscience of Language Lab (Dr. Lee Osterhout). Her research focuses on implicit processes, learning, and memory in aphasia therapy.

Recent Publications
Speech-Language Pathologists' Use of Hearing Screening for Clients With Aphasia: Challenges, Potential Solutions, and Future Directions. (2017 Feb 1) Am J Speech Lang Pathol 26(1): 11-28 Silkes JP, Winterstein K

Language treatment prior to anterior temporal lobe surgery: Can naming skills be preserved? (2016) J Rehabil Res Dev 53(6): 813-826 Kendall DL, Minkina I, Bislick L, Grabowski TJ, Phatak V, Silkes JP, Ojemann JG

Masked Repetition Priming in Treatment of Anomia: A Phase 2 Study. (2015 Nov) Am J Speech Lang Pathol 24(4): S895-912 Silkes JP

Treatment of proper name retrieval deficits in an individual with temporal lobe epilepsy. (2013 May) Am J Speech Lang Pathol 22(2): S250-5 Minkina I, Ojemann JG, Grabowski TJ, Silkes JP, Phatak V, Kendall DL

Masked priming effects in aphasia: evidence of altered automatic spreading activation. (2012 Dec) J Speech Lang Hear Res 55(6): 1613-25 Silkes JP, Rogers MA