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Elizabeth Martin


Assistant Clinical Professor

Communication Sciences and Disorders


Liz Martin is a Clinical Faculty member who teaches graduate level courses and supervises students in the Speech Language Hearing Center (SLHC). Liz is also a Clinical Coordinator for external clinical placements, specializing in adult medical fieldwork for the MS SLP graduate students. She received her MS in Communication Sciences and Disorders from McGill University in Montreal, Canada. After moving to the U.S., her career focused primarily on adult acute care and rehabilitation, with specific clinical interests in aphasia and dysphagia. 

Liz teaches SLP in Medical Settings and Advanced Clinical Seminar 3-4. She developed the Aphasia Workshop, a diagnostic clinical training experience involving volunteers from the community. Liz directs the Massachusetts SPEAK OUT! Therapy & Research Center, and supervises a specialized intervention program for people with Parkinson’s Disease at the Northeastern University Speech-Language-Hearing Center.