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Suzanne Adlof

Suzanne Adlof, Lab Director

Suzanne Adlof is an Assistant Professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders in addition to being the Lab Direct of the SCROLL Lab.  The long-term goals of her research are to improve the early identification of language and reading difficulties and develop effective interventions to remediate those difficulties. Ongoing projects are aimed at understanding developmental similarities and differences between reading and language subgroups, including dyslexia and specific language impairment, examining vocabulary development in children and adolescents, and developing effective pre-literacy interventions for young children.

Anna Ehrhorn

Anna Ehrhorn, Doctoral Student

Anna Ehrhorn is a doctoral student at the University of South Carolina in the department of Communication Sciences and Disorders in addition to working in the SCROLL Lab.  Anna received her B.A. degree at the University of North Dakota where her interest in research and academia began. The interest further developed during her time at Bowling Green State University while earning her M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology. After graduating with her Master’s degree, Anna worked as a speech-language pathologist earning her Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) in the school, hospital, and outpatient settings where she diagnosed and treated children between the ages of 1-18 years of age with a variety of diagnoses. While studying at the University of South Carolina, Anna plans to expand her knowledge and establish her research related to early identification of speech-language language impairments and correlation to literacy skill development while analyzing motor and cognitive constraints in the pediatric population, and develop interventions that are effective and efficient. 

Emily Fisher

Emily Fisher, Undergraduate Research Assistant

Emily is a sophomore at the University of South Carolina. She is double majoring in Experimental Psychology and English with a triple minor in Linguistics, Spanish, and Communication Sciences and Disorders. She started volunteering at SCROLL in January 2016, beginning with the Word Learning Project.  She has since received funding through the Honors College to continue working in the lab. In the future she plans on attending graduate school for Speech Pathology, and outside of the lab she enjoys learning, reading, and swimming.

Alexandria Hill

Alexandria Hill, Graduate Research Assistant

 Alexandria Hill is a first year MSP graduate student. She earned her Bachelors degree in Communication Disorders from Bob Jones University in 2017. In addition to her work and studies, she enjoys playing the violin, dancing, and spending time with her family.

Joanna Scoggins

Joanna Scoggins, Project Coordinator

Joanna Scoggins is the Projects Coordinator for the SCROLL Lab. She earned her Master’s in the field of Communication Sciences and Disorders from the University of Georgia in 2001. She worked for 10 years as a Speech Language Pathologist and another 3 in the disabilities sector. Her professional areas of expertise include Research Project Managment, Augmentative/Alternative Communication, and Developmental Disabilities across the lifespan. In addition to her work, Joanna enjoys traveling, reading and cooking.

Montana Tally, Undergraduate Research Volunteer

Montana is a junior at the University of South Carolina and will graduate in December 2017 with a degree in Public Relations and a minor in Communications Sciences and Disorders. She plans to attend graduate school to pursue a Master’s Degree in Speech Pathology. Her career goal is to work with children as a Speech Language Pathologist. She currently serves as a volunteer at the SCROLL lab. 


SCROLL Alumni:

Sheida Abdi, Graduate Research Assistant, Magellan Scholar 2014
Pooja Adarkar, Research Assistant
Ellen Ashley, Graduate Research Assistant
Spencer Babb, Doctoral Student
Faith Baumann, Undergraduate Volunteer
Lauren Bazemore, Graduate Research Assistant
Amanda Brammer, Undergraduate Research Volunteer
Julie Byard, Graduate Research Assistant
Alex Cattano, Undergraduate Research Assistant
Parker Charles, Undergraduate Research Assistant
Melanie Crouch, Magellan Scholar 2012-2013
Rebecca Duross, Undergraduate Research Assistant
Laura Fleming, Undergraduate Research Assistant, PRN Assessor
Madison Goehring, Undergraduate Research Volunteer
Amanda Harris, Undergraduate Research Assistant, Magellan Scholar 2017
Alison Eisel Hendricks, Post-Doctoral Fellow
Leah Hunt, Graduate Research Assistant
Alyssa Ives, Graduate Research Assistant
Logan Judy, Magellan Scholar 2013-2014
Amarjit Kaur, Graduate Research Assistant
Hannah Kinkead, Graduate Research Assistant
Leslie Lancaster, Graduate Research Assistant
Adrienne Low, Graduate Research Assistant
Pooja Malhorta, Undergraduate Research Volunteer
Sara Mallon, Graduate Research Assistant
Lindsay Mandel, Research Assistant
Elaine Miller, Project Coordinator
Claire Parman, Graduate Research Assistant
Hannah Patten, Graduate Research Assistant, Magellan Scholar 2013-2014
Caroline Smith, Graduate Research Assistant
Allison Randel, Research Associate
Sheneka White, Graduate Research Assistant
Kimberly Wood, Undergraduate Research Volunteer


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