Bridget Russell

Bridget Russell, Associate Professor, Fredonia, CDS DepartmentBridget Russell, Ph.D., CCC-SLP

Associate Professor
E132 Thompson Hall
(716) 673-4616
Bridget.Russell@fredonia.edu

Education

B.A. State University of New York at Buffalo
M.A. State University of New York at Buffalo
Ph.D. State University of New York at Buffalo

Work Experience

  • Editorial consultant for JSHLR and Del-Mar Publishing
  • Grant reviewer for National Science Foundation
  • Speech Production Laboratory Fredonia
  • Consultant for Buffalo Therapy Services
  • Youngerman Center for Communicative Disorders
  • Buffalo Speech & Hearing Center
  • SUNY at Buffalo Speech & Hearing Clinic
  • Speech Production Laboratory - SUNY Buffalo
  • Erie County Medical Center

Affiliations

  • NYSSLHA - New York State Speech-Language-Hearing Association
  • ASHA - American Speech-Language & Hearing Association
  • SHAWNY - Speech and Hearing Association of Western New York
  • VASTA - Voice and Speech Teacher's Association
  • The Voice Foundation
  • Sigma Xi Scientific Research Society

Specialty Areas

  • Normal and disordered speech respiration/ventilation
  • Professional voice disorders and ventilation
  • Efficacy issues in voice therapy
  • Aerodynamic, acoustic and kinematic measures of speech production
  • Transgender voice

Statement

Dr. Russell is currently an associate professor at the State University of New York at Fredonia. Current projects include research on speech ventilation and respiratory kinematics in communicatively disordered patients and aged populations. Other projects include efficacy of voice therapy projects and transgender voice therapy protocols. Also, Dr. Russell performs Acoustic/Aerodynamic/ Kinematic evaluations of speech and singing in her Speech Production and Clinical Speech and Voice labs in W112 and E149 Thompson Hall. These labs are located in the Youngerman Center for Communication Disorders.

 

PUBLICATIONS

Russell, B.A., Cerny, F.J., & Stathopoulos, E.T. (In preparation). Respiratory Kinematic and Ventilatory Response to Vocal Intensity Variation in Aged Women and Men. Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research.

Russell, B.A. (2010). Using Manual Tension Reduction Therapy in Treating Pediatric Functional Dysphonia. Contemporary Issues in Communication Sciences & Disorders.

Russell, B.A. (2005). Activity Instrumentation. Encyclopedia of medical devices and instrumentation (4th edition, Vol. 1). John Wiley & Sons Inc.

Fall, A.S. & Russell. B.A. (2002). An exercise for improving vocal range and physical freedom in Acting. Voice and Speech Review, Volume 3.

Russell, BA., Stathopoulos, E.T. & Cerny, F.J. (2002). Estimating blood gases during speech: A postscript of Hoit & Lohmeier, 2000. Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research.

Russell, B.A. (2000). Let’s Talk…for people with special communication needs: Spasmodic Dysphonia. American Speech and Hearing Association, Consumer Affairs Division, 10801 Rockville Pike, Rockville, MD 20852

Russell, B.A., Cerny, F.J., & Stathopoulos, E.T. (1998). Effects of Varied Vocal Intensity on Ventilation and Energy Expenditure in Women and Men. Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research, 239-248.

INTERNET PUBLICATIONS

Russell, B. (2009). Muscle Tension Dysphonia: Pediatric Implications. PediaStaff Newsletter.

Russell, B. (2009). Voice Therapy After Radiation. Expert Speaker Series.

Russell, B. (2009). Therapy Techniques for Bilateral Abductor Palsy. Expert Speaker Series.

Russell, B. (2009). Treatment of Hypernasality in Children with Down Syndrome. Pediastaff Articles.

Russell,B. (2009). ICD-9 Code for Paradoxical Vocal Fold Movement. Expert Speaker Series.

Russell, B. (2009). Treatment of Hypernasality in Children with Down Syndrome Post Adenoidectomy. Pediastaff.

Russell, B. (2008). Phonemic Specific Nasality: Therapy Suggestions. Expert Speaker Series.

Russell, B. (2008). Phonological Errors Related to Velopharyngeal Insufficiency in Children. Expert Speaker Series.

Russell, B.A. (2008). Effects of Using Manual Tension Reduction in a Pediatric Case of Conversion Aphonia. SpeechPathology.com Text-Based CEU Course Journal Articles.

Russell, B. (2007). Voice Therapy Post Surgical Removal of Polyps. Expert Speaker Series. http://www.speechpathology.com/askexpert.

Russell, B. (2007). Returning Function to Paralyzed Vocal Folds. Expert Speaker Series.

Russell, B. (2007). Voice Therapy Post Surgical Removal of Polyps. Expert Speaker Series.

Russell, B. (2007). Exercises for Unilateral Vocal Fold Paralysis. Expert Speaker Series.

Russell, B. (2006). Treatment of Hypernasality in Children with Down Syndrome Post Adenoidectomy. SpeechPathology.com Text-Based CEU Course Journal Articles.

Russell, B. (2005). Therapy for Early Vocal Nodules in Children. Expert Speaker Series.

Russell, B. (2005). /r/ and /l/ substitutions. Expert Speaker Series.

Russell, B. (2004). Inhalation Phonation. Expert Speaker Series.

Russell, B. (2004). Breath Support Problems. Expert Speaker Series.

Russell, B. (2004). Inhalation of Sibilants. Expert Speaker Series

Russell, B. (2003). Hypernasality. Expert Speaker Series.

Communication Disorders and Sciences Office

W123 Thompson Hall
State University of New York at Fredonia
Fredonia, NY 14063
(716) 673-3202