Dr. Jennifer Lundine is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Speech and Hearing Science at The Ohio State University and is the director of the Childhood Cognition, Communication, and Brain Injury Lab (CABI Lab). Dr. Lundine completed both her B.A. in Speech and Hearing Science and M.A. in Speech-Language Pathology from The Ohio State University. She then worked as a speech-language pathologist on the rehabilitation unit and in acute care at Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus for more than a decade before returning to OSU for her doctoral work. She graduated with her Ph.D. in Speech & Hearing Science in 2016. Dr. Lundine then continued her work at Nationwide Children’s Hospital as the Director of Research for the Department of Speech Pathology and the Inpatient Rehabilitation Program. She joined the faculty at OSU in the fall of 2017, and she remains an affiliated research scientist at Nationwide Children’s. Dr. Lundine teaches courses in Cognitive-Communication Disorders, Pediatric Medical Speech-Language Pathology, and Language Acquisition. Her clinical, teaching, and research interests include impairments associated with complex pediatric medical diagnoses, especially cognitive-communication disorders associated with acquired brain injury (ABI). Specifically, her research focuses on improving gaps in access to and utilization of services designed to support children with ABI and identifying specific approaches that would improve assessment and treatment practices following pediatric ABI.
Brandy Shook is an Graduate Research Assistant in the M.A. SLP Program at The Ohio State University. She graduated with her B.A. in Speech and Hearing Sciencein May 2019. Brandy volunteered in the CABI Lab during the last 2 years of undergrad at OSU, and the Lab is happy to have her sticking around for the next 2 years! In the future, she believes she wants to work in a clinical setting with children with traumatic brain injuries and strokes but is hoping that working in the CABI lab can help to confirm that. Brandy worked with children at the Schoenbaum Family Center collecting data on the best practices to teach children the alphabet and with adults in OSU Aphasia Initiative, and she is excited to relate this work to the work being done in the CABI Lab!
Kelly DiLullo is a second-year student in Ohio State University’s MA-SLP program. Kelly graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree with double majors in Spanish, including a focus in Hispanic Linguistics, and Speech and Hearing Science from The Ohio State University in May 2018. While her undergraduate research endeavors included Hispanic linguistics, pulmonology, and autism spectrum disorder, Kelly plans to pursue her interests in bilingual studies and medical SLP in her graduate career. She is still undecided about where her true passions lie within the field, but her primary areas of interest are articulation / motor speech disorders, as well as patients that sustain acquired brain injuries, all within a medical SLP context. Through involvement in the CABI Lab, Kelly hopes to learn more about speech-language pathology in the context of pediatric-medical SLP, and to do research with patients that sustain acquired brain injuries. In the future, Kelly hopes to practice as a clinician and utilize her Spanish skills in a medical setting with bilingual or Spanish-speaking patients.
Allie is an M.A. SLP student who graduated from OSU with a major in Speech and Hearing Science in May 2019. I’m from Cleveland, Ohio. As an undergrad, I was also involved in NSSLHA and the TOPS Program. I love doing research in the CABI Lab because it gives me the opportunity to enhance my knowledge on traumatic brain injury, research in the field, and what clinical work looks like.
Meghan a Continuing Education student with a BA in Psychology from OSU in 2016. She realized she wanted to pursue a career in speech pathology after my first job as a college graduate working with children in a foster program who had a variety of developmental disabilities. In the future, I hope to work in a clinical setting with pediatric and adult TBI patients. She is also a facilitator in OSU Aphasia Initiative and an employee at The OSU Wexner Medical Center. Meghan is excited to be involved in this field of research and looking forward to working with Dr. Lundine and the CABI lab team!
Hailey Bell is a 4th year undergraduate research assistant majoring in Speech and Hearing Science at The Ohio State University. Hailey is originally from Northeast Ohio and became interested in the Speech and Hearing major when her grandfather had a stroke before her freshman year of college. She is interested in working in a hospital as either an in-patient or out-patient speech therapist upon completing graduate school. She is very interested in learning about traumatic brain injury hands on through the CABI Lab!
Elise is a senior at OSU studying Speech and Hearing as her major and double minoring in Psychology and Human Development and Family Science. She is from Northeast Ohio. Elise became interested in Speech and Hearing due to her cousin who was born deaf, received a cochlear implant, and experienced many lessons with a Speech Language Pathologist. She interested becoming a Speech Pathologist and working with the pediatric population but unsure of how specifically. She is excited to expand her knowledge of the field while introducing herself to a new experience with Dr. Lundine and the CABI Lab team! Elise will be working in the CABI Lab full-time during the summer of 2019, with funding from the OSU Office of Undergraduate Research & Creative Inquiry. In her final year at OSU, she’ll be helping to serve as the CABI Lab manager.
Kayla Bruns is a junior Undergraduate Research Assistant double majoring in Speech and Hearing Science and Spanish at The Ohio State University. In the future, she hopes to work within pediatric populations but is unsurehow specifically. Kayla is very excited to be a part of this team and to be able to expand her knowledge!
Caitlin Conwell is a senior Undergraduate Research Assistant majoring in Speech and Hearing Science at The Ohio State University. She is interested in working in a clinical setting with people who have had strokes or traumatic brain injuries. She is looking forward to getting experience in a research setting and working with Dr. Lundine and the CABI Lab team!
Megan Jewell is a senior Undergraduate Research Assistant majoring in Speech and Hearing Science with a minor in Developmental Psychology at The Ohio State University. She is interested in working with children in a clinical or school setting after graduate school. She’s excited to get experience working in a research setting and exploring all of the great educational opportunities at OSU. She’s excited to work with Dr. Lundine and the CABI lab team to learn more about childhood brain injuries.
Kelly Kline is a junior student majoring in Linguistics. She hopes to be a speech pathologist some day. Previously, she worked with Dr. William Schuler on a parser, in other words a way for computers to analyze grammar. She loves syntax. In her spare time, she likes to sing, read, hike, and listen to Fresh Air with Terry Gross.
Elizabeth Mills is a junior studying Speech and Hearing Science with a History of Art minor at The Ohio State University. She is the president of OSU’s NSSLHA chapter, the Advocates for Communities and Education Scholars Academic Co-Chair, as well the Marketing Director for Operation Smile Club, where she raises funds for cleft lip and cleft palate surgeries. Elizabeth entered college with a passion for working with children as she spends her summers volunteering at a pediatric therapy camp, but is eager to explore other paths in this diverse field!
Gracie Parsley is a senior studying Speech and Hearing Science at The Ohio State University. Gracie is from Granville, Ohio and first became interested in the Speech and Hearing Science major when she shadowed one of her mother’s friends who works in a school as a speech pathologist. She has always been interested in helping people and working with children. Upon graduating graduate school, she plans to be a speech pathologist in a hospital or school. Gracie is also passionate about Pelotonia (Columbus bike ride that raises money for cancer research at the James Center) and is also a member of the Student Alumni Council at the university. Gracie is very excited to get involved with the CABI Lab!
Class of 2019
Maleah Ferriman, M.A.
Aine Mooney, M.A.
Mariae Norwood, M.A.
Brandy Shook, B.A.
Kiera Gran, B.A.
Allie Baldwin, B.A.
Rachel Ward, B.A.
Morgan Fisher, B.A.
Hannah Johnson, B.A.
Class of 2018
Heath Barron, M.A.
Olivia Crawford, B.A.
Erika Baldwin, B.A.
Bailey Diaz, B.A.
Allison Gonzalez, B.A.
Laura Martin, B.A.
Mackenzie Utz, M.A.