Stacy Kaplan is a clinically focused speech-language pathologist who specializes in dysphagia, swallowing and respiratory physiology, and SLP services in the neonatal intensive care unit. Her research interests include the development of functional swallowing in preterm and term infants, development of empathy in healthcare students, and the use of technology in health science education. Kaplan is the director of advising for the master’s program in speech, language, and learning, where she supervises graduate students in speech-language pathology training and advises them on their coursework. She is the former coordinator of the Speech Language Pathology Assistant Program at the College of DuPage, in Glen Ellyn, Illinois, and she has provided SLP services at Michael Reese Hospital in Chicago, Methodist Hospital in Gary, Indiana, and at rural and urban Head Start sites in the Midwest.
|PhD||Speech Language Pathology, Northwestern University|
|MS||Speech and Hearing Sciences, University of Arizona|
|BS||Speech and Hearing Sciences, University of Arizona|