Speech Pathology

Dr Lisa Brown

B. Health Science (Speech Pathology)

Lecturer in Speech and Language Pathology
Albury / Wodonga
Building 673 Room 322

Lisa is a Speech Pathologist with a range of clinical, academic and research experience. She has worked clinically in a variety of hospital and community settings with both children and adults. Lisa is passionate about excellence in clinical practice, teaching, research and ongoing education. Currently Lisa is completing a PhD at Charles Sturt University investigating why and how stuttering reduction occurs after treatment.

Positions and Roles
  • Lecturer in Speech Pathology


Lisa commenced permanent employment as a Lecturer in the Speech Pathology Program at CSU in 2013. Prior to this she has been employed as a casual lecturer and tutor in a number of subjects within the wider School of Community Health since 2007. She has also provided clinical education to allied health students in a variety of hospital and community settings.

Subjects delivered
  • SPH306: Stuttering and Evidence-based Practice
  • SPH308: Communication, Disability and Neurological Impairment

Research and Publications

Lisa is currently completing a PhD investigating why and how stuttering reduces after treatment. Her other research interests include stuttering treatment, education of health professionals, stroke, and other neurological disorders.

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