Dr. Tumanova gave a presentation about assessment of stuttering in preschool-age children at the 2016 Americal Speech Language and Hearing Convention in Philadelphia (November 2016):
- Crash Course: Evidence‐Based Assessment of Preschool‐Age Stuttering (Tumanova, Clark & Choi).
Nicole Backes, a graduate student in the lab, and Dr. Tumanova presented at the 2016 Americal Speech Language and Hearing Convention in Philadelphia (November 2016):
- Autonomic nervous system response to various speaking tasks in stuttering and normally‐fluent preschool‐age children.
Victoria Tumanova’s stuttering research lab in the communications sciences and disorders department resumes a long SU tradition of research on the subject. Read more…
Dr. Tumanova was invited to present at the Iowa Conference on Communication Disorders (April 2016)
Dr. Tumanova gave three presentations at the 2015 Amercian Speech Language and Hearing Convention in Denver (November 2015):
- Family History, Gender, & Stuttering Chronicity (Tumanova, Choi, Clark & Conture)
- Autonomic Nervous System Response to Various Speech Stressors in Stuttering & Normally-Fluent Preschool-Age Children (Despond & Tumanova)
- Relationship Between Family History for Stuttering & Speech-Language & Emotional Characteristics in Children Who Stutter (Choi, Tumanova, Clark & Conture).
Dr. Tumanova presented at a continuing education event for local pediatricians organized by the Pediatric Society of Syracuse (September 2015).
Dr. Tumanova was selected to participate in Pathways mentoring program of the American Speech Language and Hearing Association (June 2015).
Dr. Victoria Tumanova recently presented to the Upstate Medical University Pediatric Grand Rounds and Central New York Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
- Tumanova, V. (2015, April). Developmental Stuttering: To the pediatrician. Invited presentation for the Upstate Medical University Pediatric Grand Rounds.
- Tumanova, V. (2015, March). Developmental Stuttering: Multifactorial perspective on its nature, assessment and treatment. Invited seminar for the Central New York Speech-Language-Hearing Association meeting.