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CV for Lori Bartels-Tobin

Education

2008, 2010Courtesy faculty appointment to the University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee in Sarasota, FL
2007Doctor of Philosophy, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL
Dissertation title: Naming and Inhibition in Aphasia
2002Master’s of Science, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL
Thesis: Cognition and Discourse Production in Right Hemisphere Disorder

Publications

  • Hinckley, J., Boyle, E., Lombard, D., & Bartels-Tobin, L. (in progress). Towards a Public Research Agenda for Aphasia: Preliminary Work. Submitted to Disability and Rehabilitation
  • Bartels-Tobin, L., Roberts, R. R., & Hinckley, J. J. (in progress). Gender in dichotic listening.
  • Bartels-Tobin, L. “Aphasia Recovery: Survivors Take Charge of Their Own Recovery”. Stroke Smart Magazine Fall 2010
  • Bartels-Tobin, L. “Forging a Better Recovery: What to Do When Aphasia Disrupts Communication”. MS Focus Magazine12 (1) 2010: 24-25
  • Bartels-Tobin, L. & Hinckley, J.J. (2007). Negative Priming in Aphasia. Brain and Language, 103 (1-2),152-153.
  • Hinckley, J. J. & Bartels-Tobin, L. (2007).  Assessment of Aphasia.  In Johnson, A. F. & Jacobson, B. H. (Eds.), Medical Speech-Language Pathology:  A Practitioner’s Guide(Second Edition). New York: Thieme.
  • Bartels-Tobin, L. & Hinckley, J. J. (2005). Right hemisphere contributions to phonological processing. Brain and Language, 95, 219-220.
  • Bartels-Tobin, L. R., & Hinckley, J. J. (2005). Cognition and discourse production in right hemisphere disorder. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 18, 461-477.

Presentations

  • Invited speaker (2013) Communication in Aphasia. Stroke Conference for The Neuroscience Institute at Northside Hospital in Seminole, FL.
  • Bartels-Tobin, L. (2012)Swallowing and Speaking for Adults with Late Onset Tay-Sachs Disease.Invited speech for annual family conference for the National Tay-Sachs and Allied Disease Assocation in Orlando, FL
  • Bartels-Tobin, L. (2012) Hierarchical Aphasia Treatment.Invited speech at the annual Florida Speech-Language and Hearing Association in Orlando, FL
  • Bartels-Tobin, L. (2012). Cheap and Easy: Aphasia Therapy Materials.Invited speech at the annual Florida Speech-Language and Hearing Association in Orlando, FL
  • Bartels-Tobin, L. (2011) Outcomes of Intensive Aphasia Treatment. Presented at the Walter Reed Army Medical Hospital in Washington, DC.
  • Bartels-Tobin, L. (2011) Differential Diagnosis of Aphasia: What’s the Problem?Presented at the annual Florida Speech-Language and Hearing Association in Marco Island, FL
  • Bartels-Tobin, L. (2010) Speaking Clearly and Swallowing for Adults with Tay-Sach’s Disease.Presented at the annual family convention for the National Tay-Sachs and Allied Disease Association in Tampa, FL
  • Bartels-Tobin, L. (2010) Techniques to Support Suck/Swallow for Children with Tay-Sach’s Disease.Presented at the annual family convention for the National Tay-Sachs and Allied Disease Assocation in Tampa, FL
  • Bartels-Tobin,L. (2010) Functional/Contextual Treatment for Wernicke’s Aphasia.Presented at the annual convention of the Florida Speech-Language and Hearing Association in Orlando, FL
  • Bartels-Tobin, L. (2010) Functional Outcomes of Intensive Aphasia Treatment.Presented the annual convention of the Florida Speech-Language and Hearing Association in Orlando, FL
  • Bartels-Tobin, L. (2010) Neuroplasticity and Intensive Aphasia Rehabilitation.Presented at the Medical Speech-Language Pathology Association in St. Petersburg, FL
  • Bartels-Tobin, L. (2010). Aphasia in Multiple Sclerosis: An Intensive Treatment Case Study. Presented at the annual convention of the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association in Philadelphia, PN
  • Bartels-Tobin, L. &  Hinckley, J.J. (2009). Functional Outcomes of Intensive Aphasia Treatment.Presenting at the annual convention of the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association in New Orleans, LA.
  • Bartels-Tobin, L. (2009). Functional Measures in Intensive Aphasia Treatment.Presented at the annual convention of the Florida Speech-Language and Hearing Association in Marco Island, FL.
  • Hinckley, J.J., & Bartels-Tobin, L. (2008). Two Researchers and an Aphasia Group. Presented at the annual convention of the American Speech Language and Hearing Association in Chicago, IL.
  • Bartels-Tobin, L.R. Inhibition in Aphasia. Presented at the Academy of Aphasia inWashington,DC, October 2007.
  • Bartels-Tobin, L. R. Naming and Inhibition in Aphasia. Presented at theUniversity ofSouth Florida for .1 CEUs inTampa,Florida on September 22, 2006
  • Bartels-Tobin, L. R., & Hinckley, J. J.  Right Hemisphere Contributions to Phonological Processing. Poster session presented at theAcademy ofAphasia annual conference inAmsterdam, October, 2005.
  • Bartels-Tobin, L. R. Phonological Aspects of Writing in the Right Hemisphere. Presented at the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association Annual Conference inChicago,IL; November 2003.
  • Bartels-Tobin, L. R.  Cognition and Discourse Production in Right HemisphereDisorder. Presented at the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association Annual Conference inChicago,IL; November 2003
  • Bartels-Tobin, L. R.  Cognition and Discourse Production in Right Hemisphere Disorder. Presented at theCollege ofArts and Sciences Research Symposium,Tampa,FL; April 2003 and at Clinical Aphasiology Conference,Orcas Island,WA; May 2003.

Honors and Awards

  • ACE Award 2008 for continuing education from the American Speech-Language and Hearing Assocation
  • April 2008 served on committee for paper acceptance for Language Disorders in Adults for the American Speech-Language Hearing Association.
  • December 2006 recipient of $200 Publication for Doctoral Student and Faculty Mentor Award from the University of South Florida’s College of Arts and Sciences.
  • January 2006 to July 2006, recipient of $25,000 Pre-Doctoral Associated Health Rehabilitation Research Fellowship at the Bay Pines Veteran’s Healthcare Administration in Bay Pines,Florida.
  • October 2005 recipient of $350 research travel award from the University of South Florida to present research at the Academy of Aphasia conference in Amsterdam.
  • May 2003 recipient of $1500 travel award from the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders to attend Clinical Aphasiology Conference, May 2003, in Orcas Island,WA.
  • November 2003. Recipient of University of South Florida research travel award, $300, to present research at the American Speech-Language & Hearing Association conference in Chicago,IL.
  • January 2001 and 2002  Recipient of a Sertoma scholarship for graduate speech-language pathology students
  • August 2000 and 2001  Recipient of AMBUCS Scholarships for Therapists awards

Professional Affiliations

  • November 2008 to present – Affiliate Member, Academy of Neurological Communication Disorders and Sciences
  • July 2008 to present – Member, American Academy of Private Practicein Speech Pathology and Audiology
  • December 2006 to present – Member, ASHA Special Interest Division on Neurophysiology and Neurogenic Speech and Language Disorders
  • 2002 to present – Certified Member, American Speech-Language and Hearing Association
  • 2002 to present – Member, FloridaSpeech-Language and Hearing Association

Professional Certifications

  • 2010 to present – Licensed Speech-Language Pathologist in Virginia
  • 2010 to present – Licensed Speech-Language Pathologist in Delaware
  • 2008 – Basic certification in DIR/Floortime Model
  • 2003 to present – Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology from the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association.
  • 2002 to present – Licensed Speech-Language Pathologist, State of Florida.

Community Service

  • July 2009 – Invited speaker for the Morton Plant Stroke Support Group
  • June 2009 – Invited speaker for the Suncoast Aphasia Support Group
  • May 2009 – Invited presenter/exhibitor at the Tampa General Hospital Stroke Fair
  • May 2009 to current – Started and hosted the Aphasia Support Group at Steps Forward every month
  • February 2009 – Invited speaker for the Bayfront Medical Center Stroke Support Group. Presentation “Aphasia Rehabilitation”
  • November 2008 – Invited speaker at the Medical Speech Pathology Association of Tampa Bay. Presented “Neuroplasticity and Intensive Aphasia Treatment” for .1 CEU
  • June 2007 – Invited speaker at the Suncoast Aphasia Group support meeting. Presented information regarding research needs in aphasia.
  • May and June 2006 – Invited speaker at the Morton Plant Stroke Support meeting. Presented “Resources and Recovery for Stroke Patients, parts I and II”.
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