Jackie Gartner-Schmidt, PhD, CCC-SLP, ASHA Fellow, is co-director of the University of Pittsburgh Voice Center, professor of otolaryngology, and director of Speech-Language Pathology-Voice Division at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. Dr. Gartner-Schmidt's 25-year clinical and research focus specializes on care of the professional voice, as well as clinical effectiveness of voice therapy, and respiratory retraining. Dr. Gartner-Schmidt has more than a decade of NIH-funded clinical research experience as a co-investigator focusing on the development and efficacy of different voice therapy programs and has co-authored seven patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs). She has written numerous publications and book chapters and frequently presents nationally and internationally. She has also presented a TEDx Talk on voice and perception. Dr. Gartner-Schmidt is co-director of one of the largest voice therapy conferences in the nation.
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