Audiology: Siobhan McGinnity
Siobhan McGinnity (MClinAud 2013) is a clinical audiologist, PhD candidate and founder of Musicians 4 Hearing, a not-for-profit organisation supporting hearing care projects in the developing world. Siobhan is currently researching ways to prevent hearing loss in the music industry at the HEARing Cooperative Research Centre (CRC).
Speech Pathology: Nyssa Johnson
With a Master of Speech Pathology under her belt, Nyssa now works as a Student Support Services Speech Pathologist in the Department of Education and Training.
Speech Pathology: Joanne Tran
Joanne currently works across three organisations: at a multidisciplinary Autism clinic, a language and literacy clinic and a paediatric feeding and early communication clinic.
Speech Pathology: Jess Boyce
Jess is currently completing a PhD in the area of speech and language phenotyping for individuals with a cleft of the lip and/or palate, which is an area she has always had a strong interest in.
Speech Pathology: Chad Lazaro
Chad Lazaro graduated from the University of Melbourne’s Master of Speech Pathology 2016. He is currently a Graduate Speech Pathologist at Village Therapy in Sunbury.
Speech Pathology: Alice Crook
Alice is a Paediatric Speech Pathologist for Eastern Health in a community health clinic where she enjoys working closely with clients in need of support.
Audiology: Fallon Arnold
Award winning audiologist for National Hearing Care, Fallon Arnold shares her practice and inspires University of Melbourne's next generation of Audiologists through clinical placements.
Audiology: Kristen Sutcliffe
Kristen Sutcliffe combines her training in music and audiology to provide a unique programme for clients with hearing loss to rediscover and enjoy music again.
Audiology: Joanna Remenyi
Joanna Remenyi combines her training in mindfulness and vestibular conditions to provide a unique and globally renowned rehabilitation program for clients suffering from vertigo.
The University of Melbourne Speech Pathology Alumni (UMSPA)
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