|Last Modified Time: 04:39:34 PM Mon, 23 Mar 2009 |
|Dr. Anthony P. Salvatore|
|DEPT CHAIR-SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY|
| UTEP, El Paso, TX Room No.: 401 |
| 915 7477265 Faculty Profile |
| Global aphasia |
| Ph.D||Speech Pathology||University of Pittsburgh, PA||1974|
| M.S||Speech Pathology & Audiology||Emerson College Boston,MA||1969|
| B.S||Speech Pathology & Audiology||Emerson College Boston,MA 1966||1966|
| Year||Publication|| Type|
Fjordbak, Salvatore, Bene, Nelson and Valles, (2008). Sports-related concussion and word fluency, Brain Injury, 22:1, 158.
Salvatore, Fjordbak, Bene, Ponce De Leon, Prue-Owens, (2008). Comparison of concussion in athletes and soldiers, Abstract, New Developments in Sports-Related Concussion Conference Proceedings, University of Pittsburgh, July.
Salvatore, A.P., Cannito, M.P., Biswas, A. & Sinard, R.J. (2007). Longitudinal Study of Temporal Speech Alterations in An Individual with Adductor Spasmodic Dysphonia Treated with Botulinum Toxin. J. Medical Speech-Language Pathology , 15, 1, pp. 67-82
Salvatore, A.P., Biswas, A.,Krenovich, V., Manriquez, B., Cannito, J.P., & Sinard, R.J. (2006). Expert System-Type Approach to Voice Disorders: Scheduling Botulinum Toxin Treatment for Adductor Spasmodic Dysphonia. J. Advanced Computational Intelligence and Intelligent Informatics, 10, 3, pp. 332-338.
Salvatore, A.P., (2005). The history and future of errorless teaching/treatment procedures, Abstract, ASHA, p166.
|Start Date||End Date||Presentation/Project|
| ||1998 ||Diagnosis of Spasmodic Dysphonia: A Neural Net-Based Procedure|
"Diagnosis of Spasmodic Dysphonia: A Neural Net-Based Procedure," Conference on Motor Speech, Tucson, AZ, January, 1998.
| ||1997 ||Treatment Efficacy: Let's Play Jeopardy|
"Treatment Efficacy: Let's Play Jeopardy," Salvatore, A.P., Vogel, D., Gutierrez,G., Seminar, TSHA Convention, Austin, TX, 1997.
| ||1997 ||Clinical Rotations in a University Setting|
"Clinical Rotations in a University Setting," Henry, K., Jimenez, G., Salvatore, A.P.,TSHA Convention, Austin, TX, 1997.
| ||1997 ||Neural Networks: Clinical Application|
"Neural Networks: Clinical Application," Longobardi, L., O'Dell, H., Apostle, S., Jimenez, G., Salvatore, A.P., TSHA Convention, Austin, TX, 1997.
| ||1997 ||Investigating Speech-Language Pathology Through Neuroimaging|
"Investigating Speech-Language Pathology Through Neuroimaging," Terrell, K., Speer, T.G.,Jimenez, G., Salvatore, A.P., TSHA Convention, Austin, TX, 1997.
|Duration||Rank||Department / School||College / Office||University / Company|
|2006-present||Chair||Rehabilitation Sciences||Health Sciences||University of Texas at El Paso|
|1998-present||Professor & Director||Speech-Language Pathology Program||Health Sciences||University of Texas-El Paso|
|1989-1999||Clinical Professor||Otolaryngology|| ||University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, TX|
|1990-1998||Audiology/Speech Pathology Consultant|| || ||Audie Murphy VA Medical Center, San Antonio, TX|
|1990-1998||Speech Pathology Consultant|| || ||Vencor Hospital-San Antonio, TX|
|1989-1998||Professor & Chair||Jersig Communication Dis. Program|| ||Our Lady of the Lake University-San Antonio|
|1989-1998||Consulting Speech-Language Pathologist|| || ||Cranio-Facial Anomalies Clinic, Methodist Hospital System, San Antonio, TX|
|1985-1989||Director, Speech Pathology Section||PM & R|| ||U. Missouri-Columbia Medical Center|
|1985-1989||Assistant Clinical Professor||Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation|| ||UMC Medical School|
|1976-1985||Coordinator||Speech Pathology Section|| ||Phoenix VA Medical Center|
|1976-1985||Consulting Speech/Language Pathologist|| || ||Speech, Language and Learning Clinic, Phoenix, AZ|
|1976-1985||Consulting Speech/Language Pathologist|| || ||Southwest Institute for Head Injury, Hope|
|1972-1974||Adjunct||Psychology|| ||Arizona State University|
|1972-1974||Adjunct||Speech and Hearing Science|| ||Arizona State University|
|1971-1972||Aphasiologist||Neurology|| ||Minneapolis VA Medical Center|
- Chair, 1981, The effects of an antecedent on the auditory comprehension of spoken commands presented monaurally and binaurally, Kathleen Duffy Davis, Arizona State University.
- Chair, 2002, Errorless versus trial and error learning of equivalence training in college students, Maria G. Alvarez-Brown, Speech Language Pathology program, U. of Texas at El Paso.
- Committee member, 2004, Code-Switching and Spanish/English bilingualism, Delia Diaz, U. of Texas at El Paso, Department of Languages and Linguistics.
- Chair, 2005, An ERP Study of stimulus equivalence in aphasic and non-brain damaged indivdiduals, Susanne Rasmussen, Speech Language Pathology program, U. of Texas at El Paso. Judged best thesis in the College of Health Sciences and submitted to university wide competition.
- Chair, 2005, Comparison of two training procedures: Fading versus trial and error, Bertha Manriquez, Speech Language Pathology program, U. of Texas at El Paso.
- Chair, 2005, Retention and generalization of single words following sequential versus simultaneous training of two artificial vocabularies, Vanesa P. Garcia, Speech Language Pathology program, U. of Texas at El Paso
- Chair, 2008, Typicality Effects in Training Artificial Vocabulary in Aphasic Adults, Veronica AguileraSpeech Language Pathology program, U. of Texas at El Paso, May 2008.
- Committee member, 1994, Contextual facilitation of sentential processing in aphasia, Julie Bethea Stoll, U. of Texas at Austin.
- Committee member, 1997, Processes and outcomes of mentoring relationships in selected at-risk Elementary students, Wand Kuehr, Department of Psychology, Our Lady of the Lake University at San Antonio.
|2000-2007||Collegiate Project Assistance Initiative||College of Health Sciences|| ||Previous|
|1998||Imaging Aphasic Responsiveness to Right-Hemispheric Speech Therapies||Research Imaging Center (RIC)|| ||Previous|
|1998||Leadership Grant for Speech-Language PathologistBridges to Ph.D. in Speech Pathology and Audiology||NIH|| ||Previous|
|1989-1997||Leadership Grant for Speech-Language Pathologist||Maternal & Child Health Bureau, DHHS|| ||Previous|
|1995-1996||Artificial Language Learning in Severe Aphasic Adults||Hearst Foundation Faculty Research Grant-OLLU|| ||Previous|
|1974-1976||Post-Doctoral Research Fellow||National Institute of Health|| ||Previous|
- Our Lady of the Lake University: Graduate Council, Institutional Advancement, Research & Professional Development
- Awarded the "Award for Continuing Education" (ACE) by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association in 1991-94, 1994-1997, 1997-2000, awarded if one obtains ten clock hours of CE per year for three years.
- Maintain ANCDS Board Certification via continuing education in prevention, diagnosis, treatment of neurologically based communication disorders
- Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology (SLP), American Speech-Language-Hearing.
- Association Board Certification in Neurologic Communication disorders in Adults. Academy of Neurologic Communication Disorders and Sciences.
- Texas State License to Practice Speech-Language Pathology.
- Member American Speech-Language and Hearing Association.
- Member Texas Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
- Member Association for Behavioral Analysis: An International Association.
- Concussion Management
- Acute and long term care
- Adult neurogenic speech/language/voice/cognitive disorders
- Alaryngeal communication/TEP
- Communication disorders associated with ventilator dependent individuals
- Dysphagia diagnosis and treatment in children and adults
- Efficacy of practice assessment
- Clinical research