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Susan Langmore, MD Biography

 

Dr. Langmore is a clinician, teacher, and researcher.  She has worked as a speech pathologist her entire career, and has worked extensively in aphasia, dysarthria, and dysphagia.  She has worked in acute care, ICU, rehab, and outpatient settings, and with patients who have neurologic diseases, pulmonary conditions, and head and neck cancer.  Dr. Langmore has made many significant contributions to the field of Speech Language Pathology, starting with the development of the FEES procedure in the 1980's.  She has altered the medical field's perception and management of aspiration pneumonia with her research in the 1990's, and has recently completed a multi-center NIH funded clinical trial evaluating the efficacy of electrical stimulation for dysphagia in head and neck cancer patients.  Dr. Langmore was awarded the ASHA Fellowship in 1998 and then ASHA Honors in 2012.  She has served on NIH review committees and is a reviewer or editor of a dozen medical journals.  Currently a Professor of Otolaryngology at Boston University School of Medicine and Clinical Professor at Boston University Sargent College, she mentors doctoral students and is involved in a number of clinical trials.  

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