Aimee Dietz

Aimee Dietz

Professor & Program Director MA SLP Program

Professional Summary

Dr. Aimee Dietz is speech-language pathologist who has dedicated her career to improving outcomes for people with aphasia—first as a clinician, then as a clinical researcher. She earned her Bachelor’s (1998) and Master’s (2001) degrees from Florida State University. During her clinical work, Dr. Dietz quickly learned that rehabilitation for people with aphasia is grossly limiting. She reports that, “During inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation we work hard to restore lost language functions and when the person “plateaus” in their recovery, augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) is provided to help them communicate—leaving them to feel as if therapists have given up on them and that recovery has ended.” For these reasons, she completed her PhD (2007), with a focus on understanding unique considerations involved in the development of AAC interface designs for people with aphasia under the direction of Drs. David Beukelman and Karen Hux at the University of Nebraska.
 
Since arriving at the University of Cincinnati (UC) in 2008, Dr. Dietz has forged a line of research examining the role of AAC as language recovery tool, using neuroimaging technologies to identify neurobiomarkers for AAC-induced language recovery. To achieve this goal, Dr. Dietz developed a strong collaboration with the UC Neurology Stroke Team and co-founded the Neurorecovery Lab along with Drs. Pierce Boyne (CAHS) and Wole Awosika (College of Medicine). The Neurorecovery Lab houses the Language Recovery & Communication Technology Lab which routinely supports at least 10 student researchers and multiple AAC-focused research projects funded by NIH and UC grants, as well as ASHA support. Over the years, Dr. Dietz has mentored over 50 students, including the advising of summer undergraduate students through various programs such as McNair, University Honors Program, and Women in Science and Engineering. These students all spend 40 hours/week in the lab for 12 weeks during the summer and require high-levels of interaction and feedback to complete the demanding completion requirements. Dr. Dietz also enjoys mentoring PhD students, as well as junior faculty; she actively pursues opportunities to enhance her mentoring skills.
 
Outside of her research, Dr. Dietz is responsible for teaching the aphasia and advanced AAC courses to graduate students and serves as the Director the campus-based MA SLP program. Dr. Dietz reports that guiding students through their journey to becoming a speech-language pathologist is one of the most rewarding aspects of her role at UC.

Education

Doctorate Degree, University of Nebraska-Lincoln Lincoln, NE, 2007 (Communication Sciences & Disorders)

Master of Science, Florida State University Tallahasse, FL, 2001 (Communication Sciences and Disorders)

Bachelor of Science, Florida State University Tallahasse, FL, 1998 (Speech-Language Pathology)

Associate of Arts, Central Florida Community College Ocala, FL, 1996 (General Studies)

Positions and Work Experience

08-2008 -07-2014 Assistant Professor, Developing a research program in the combined areas of adult neurogenic communication disorders and augmentative and alternative communication (AAC). Mentoring student- undergraduate through doctoral- research. Teaching courses in AAC and acquired communication disorders. Providing service to the department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, the College of Allied Health Sciences, and the community of Cincinnati, OH. , University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio

08-2007 -07-2008 Assistant Professor, Developing a research program in the combined areas of adult neurogenic communication disorders and augmentative and alternative communication (AAC). Teaching undergraduate and graduate courses, as well as clinical supervision. Providing service to the department of Special Education and Communication Disorders, the College of Education, and the community of Omaha, NE , University of Nebraska-Omaha, Omaha, Nebraska

08-2006 -07-2007 Instructor, Responsible for teaching undergraduate and graduate courses, and providing clinical supervision in the department of Special Education and Communication Disorders. , University of Nebraska-Omaha, Omaha, Nebraska

03-2002 -07-2004 Speech-Language Pathologist, Completed evaluations and implemented treatment programs, in conjunction with the interdisciplinary team, for patients (pediatric-geriatric) with speech-language, cognitive-communication, and swallowing disorders in the following settings: acute and sub-acute care, inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation. , Lakeland Health & Healing, Saint Joseph, Michigan

08-1998 -06-2000 Speech-Language Assistant, Responsible for implementing intervention programs, in conjunction with the interdisciplinary team, for students (preschool-age 21) with mild-severe physical and cognitive-communication delays. Intervention focused on development of AAC systems and collaborative approaches with classroom teachers., Gretchen Everhart School, Tallahassee, Florida

08-2016 -To Present Program Director MA SLP Program, Responsible for: Collaborating with Chair on course offerings, teaching assignments, and budget needs. Leading MA SLP admissions set-up, review, and decision process. Updating program handbooks, policies, and curriculum to maintain ASHA accreditation standards. Collaborating with Distance Learning SLP Program Coordinators to ensure changes in campus programming enhances the online learning experience. Representing the Program for Council on Academic Accreditation and Graduate School reviews. Working cooperatively with Clinic Director, Director of Clinical Education, and the Schools Practicum Coordinator to ensure students successfully apply classroom knowledge to clinical cases. Planning and conducting MA SLP orientation. Representing the department at open houses for MA SLP and AuD programs. Serving as a resource for resolution of student problems and concerns for both students and faculty. Certifying MA SLP (campus) candidates for graduation. Working with Program Coordinator to ensure completion of graduation requirements and tasks required for licensing, certification, and post-graduate activities., University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH

08-2014 -To Present Associate Professor, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH

08-2004 -07-2006 Graduate Assistant, University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL), Lincoln, Nebraska

Research and Practice Interests

Dr. Aimee Dietz is a speech-language pathologist specializing in neurogenic communication disorders and augmentative and alternative communication (AAC). Her primary research interests concern the development of AAC interventions that help people with aphasia simultaneously recover language and compensate for deficits. Specifically, she is interested in using neuroimaging technologies, specifically functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and diffusion tensor imaging (DTI), as biomarkers for AAC treatment-induced language recovery in people with aphasia.

Research Support

08-2013 -06-2014 Imaging Research Center- Cincinnati Children's Hospital & Medical Center- JIT Award $4,200 Active

Investigators:Peter Langland-Hassan, PhD 01-01-2013 -12-31-2014 University Research Council New Faculty Grant Metacognition in People with Aphasia Role:Co-Investigator Active

07-01-2012 -06-30-2014 U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Loan Repayment Program (3rd Renewal) $8,200 Active

Grant: #8KL2TR000078-05 Investigators:National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences 07-01-2012 -06-30-2014 Institutional Clinical and Translational Science Award/CCTST AAC Intervention for Aphasia Recovery: An fMRI study Role:PI $127,775 Active

Grant: #8UL1TR000077-05 Investigators:National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences 07-01-2012 -06-30-2014 Institutional Clinical and Translational Science Award/CCTST High-Tech AAC Treatment of Aphasia Role:PI $25,000 Active

Grant: #NIH R01 HD068488 01-02-2012 -01-01-2017 NIH/NINDS Post-Stroke Aphasia and rTMS Treatment (PART) Study Role:Co-Investigator Active Type:Grant

07-01-2012 -06-30-2013 U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Loan Repayment Program (2nd Renewal) $17,500 Completed

Grant: #NIH R01 NS048281 Investigators:Jerzey P. Szaflarski, MD, PhD 08-01-2011 -12-31-2013 NIH/NINDS fMRI of Language Recovery Following Stroke in Adults Role:Co-Investigator Completed

07-01-2010 -06-30-2011 U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Loan Repayment Program (1st Renewal) $70,000 Completed

Investigators:Jerzey P. Szaflarski, MD, PhD University of Alabama-Birmingham Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Functional Neurorecovery Collaborative Pilot Grant Mental Practice for Aphasia (MP-A) Role:Co-Investigator Active

deRoos Foundation to AAC & Aphasia Lab Role:PI Completed

Grant: #RG 73416 Investigators:Dietz, Aimee; Langland-Hassan, Peter; Richardson, Michael 12-31-2015 -12-31-2017 John Templeton Foundation Inner Speech and Cognitive Phenomenology: An interdisciplinary investigation of what it is like to think without words Role:Collaborator $150,790.00 Awarded Level:Private Non-Profit

Grant: #R15DC017280 Investigators:Coleman, Elisheva; Dietz, Aimee 09-01-2018 -08-31-2021 National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disor A Preliminary Study of the Neurobiology of AAC-Induced Language Recovery in Post-Stroke Aphasia Role:PI $494,500.00 Active Level:Federal

Publications

Peer Reviewed Publications

Knollman-Porter, Kelly; Dietz, Aimee; Dahlem, Kelly (2018. )Intensive Auditory Comprehension Treatment for Severe Aphasia: A Feasibility Study.American journal of speech-language pathology, ,27 (3 ),936-949

Dietz, A., Vannest, J., Maloney, T., Altaye, M., Holland, S., & Szaflarski, J.P. (2018. )Pilot study of AAC for the treatment of post-stroke aphasia: Clinical and fMRI correlates.Aphasiology, ,

Dietz, A., & Boyle, M. (2018. )Discourse measurement in aphasia: Have we reached the tipping point?.Aphasiology, ,32 (4 ), -459-464

Dietz, A., & Boyle, M. (2018. )Discourse measurement in Aphasia: Consensus and Caveats.Aphasiology, ,32 (4 ), -487-492

Griffith, J.,* Dietz, A., Ball, A., Vannest, J., Charles, A., Xie, C., & Szaflarski, J. P. (2017. )An examination of changes in spoken productions within constraint-induced aphasia therapy.Aphasiology, ,31 (11 ),1250-1265

Langland-Hassan, Peter; Gauker, Christopher; Richardson, Michael J; Dietz, Aimee; Faries, Frank R (2017. )Metacognitive deficits in categorization tasks in a population with impaired inner speech.Acta psychologica, ,181 ,62-74

Nenert, Rodolphe; Allendorfer, Jane B; Martin, Amber M; Banks, Christi; Ball, Angel; Vannest, Jennifer; Dietz, Aimee R; Szaflarski, Jerzy P (2017. )Neuroimaging Correlates of Post-Stroke Aphasia Rehabilitation in a Pilot Randomized Trial of Constraint-Induced Aphasia Therapy.Medical science monitor : international medical journal of experimental and clinical research, ,23 ,3489-3507

Griffis, Joseph C; Nenert, Rodolphe; Allendorfer, Jane B; Vannest, Jennifer; Holland, Scott; Dietz, Aimee; Szaflarski, Jerzy P (2017. )The canonical semantic network supports residual language function in chronic post-stroke aphasia.Human brain mapping, ,38 (3 ),1636-1658

Lund, Shelley K; Quach, Wendy; Weissling, Kristy; McKelvey, Miechelle; Dietz, Aimee (2017. )Assessment With Children Who Need Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC): Clinical Decisions of AAC Specialists.Language, speech, and hearing services in schools, ,48 (1 ),56-68

Dietz, Aimee; Vannest, Jennifer; Maloney, Thomas; Altaye, Mekibib; Szaflarski, Jerzy P; Holland, Scott K (2016. )The Calculation of Language Lateralization Indices in Post-stroke Aphasia: A Comparison of a Standard and a Lesion-Adjusted Formula.Frontiers in human neuroscience, ,10 ,493

Szaflarski, Jerzy P; Ball, Angel L; Vannest, Jennifer; Dietz, Aimee R; Allendorfer, Jane B; Martin, Amber N; Hart, Kimberly; Lindsell, Christopher J (2015. )Constraint-Induced Aphasia Therapy for Treatment of Chronic Post-Stroke Aphasia: A Randomized, Blinded, Controlled Pilot Trial.Medical science monitor : international medical journal of experimental and clinical research, ,21 ,2861-9

Langland-Hassan, Peter; Faries, Frank R; Richardson, Michael J; Dietz, Aimee (2015. )Inner speech deficits in people with aphasia.Frontiers in psychology, ,6 ,528

Beukelman, David R; Hux, Karen; Dietz, Aimee; McKelvey, Miechelle; Weissling, Kristy (2015. )Using Visual Scene Displays as Communication Support Options for People with Chronic, Severe Aphasia: A Summary of AAC Research and Future Research Directions.Augmentative and alternative communication (Baltimore, Md. : 1985), ,31 (3 ),234-45

Dietz, Aimee; Weissling, Kristy; Griffith, Julie; McKelvey, Miechelle; Macke, Devan (2014. )The impact of interface design during an initial high-technology AAC experience: a collective case study of people with aphasia.Augmentative and alternative communication (Baltimore, Md. : 1985), ,30 (4 ),314-28

Griffith, Julie; Dietz, Aimee; Weissling, Kristy (2014. )Supporting narrative retells for people with aphasia using augmentative and alternative communication: photographs or line drawings? Text or no text?.American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, ,23 (2 ),S213-24

Dietz, A., Knollman-Porter, K., Hux, K., Toth, K., Brown, B. (2014. )Supported reading comprehension for people with aphasia: Photographic and linguistic pre-reading supports.Journal of Medical Speech-Language Pathology, ,21 (4 ),319 -331

Dietz, A., & Fergadiotis, G. (2013. )Perceptions of caregivers and people with aphasia following a communication course on total communication: Promising results limited by internal validity and methodological concerns .Evidence-Based Communication Assessment Intervention, ,

Keelor, J., Griffith, J., Dietz, A., Hicks, J., & Reinstatler, A. (2013. )Exploring the reading practices of people with chronic aphasia .eHearsay, ,3 (2 ),74 -87

Dietz, A., Thiessen, A., Griffith, J., Peterson, A., Sawyer, E. (2013. )The recognition of social roles in chronic aphasia: Finding a voice through AAC.Aphasiology, ,27 (3 ),309 -325

Binger, C., Ball, L., Dietz, A., Lasker, J., Lund, S., Kent-Walsh, J., McKelvey, M., Quach, W. (2013. )Personnel roles in the AAC assessment process.Augmentative and Alternative Communication , ,28 (4 ),278-288

Wallace, S., Dietz, A., Hux, K., Weissling, K. (2012. )Augmented input: The effect of visuographic supports on the auditory comprehension of people with chronic aphasia.Aphasiology, ,26 (2 ),162-176

Dietz, A., Quach, W., Lund, S., & McKelvey, M (2012. )AAC assessment and clinical-decision making: the impact of experience.Augmentative and alternative communication (Baltimore, Md. : 1985), ,28 (3 ),148-59

Dietz, A., Ball, A., & Griffith, J. (2011. )Reading and writing in the 21st century: Technological applications of supported reading comprehension and written expression.Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation , ,18 (6 ),758-769

Purdy, M., & Dietz, A. (2010. )Factors influencing AAC usage by individuals with aphasia.Perspectives on Augmentative and Alternative Communication, ,19 (3 ),70-78

Dietz, A., Hux, K., McKelvey, M., & Beukelman, D (2009. )Reading comprehension by people with chronic aphasia: A comparison of three levels of visuographic contextual support.Aphasiology, ,23 (7-8 ),1053-1064

McKelvey, M., Dietz, A., Hux, K., Weissling, K, & Beukelman, D. (2007. )Performance of a Person with Chronic Aphasia Using a Visual Scene Display Prototype .Journal of Medical Speech Language Pathology, ,15 (3 ),305-317

Beukelman, David R; Fager, Susan; Ball, Laura; & Dietz, Aimee (2007. )AAC for adults with acquired neurological conditions: a review.Augmentative and Alternative Communication(Baltimore, Md. : 1985), ,23 (3 ),230-42

Dietz, A., McKelvey, M., & Beukelman, D. (2006. )Visual scene display: New AAC interface for persons with aphasia.Perspectives on Augmentative and Alternative Communication, ,15 (1 ),13-17

Beukelman, D., Dietz, A., McKelvey, M., Hux, K., & Weissling, K. Visual scene displays: AAC design specifications aimed at reducing the cognitive/ linguistic load for people with chronic aphasia .Augmentative and Alternative Communication, ,

Dietz, A., Weissling, K., Griffith, J.,McKelvey, M. Personalizing AAC for people with aphasia: The role of text and visuographic supports .Augmentative and Alternative Communication, ,

Szaflarski, J.P., Allendorfer, J.A., Byars, A.W., Vannest, J., Dietz, A., Holland, S.K Age at the time of the left middle cerebral artery stroke determines post-stroke language lateralization .

Wallace, S.E., Dietz, A., Weissling, K. The role of augmentative and alternative communication in aphasia rehabilitation .Journal of Medical Speech-Language Pathology, ,

Szaflarski, J.P., Allendorfer, J.A., Byars, A.W., Vannest, J., Dietz, A., Holland, S.K. (2014. )Age at stroke determines post-stroke language lateralization.Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience, ,32 ,733-742

McKelvey, M., Hux, K., Dietz, A., Beukelman, D.R (2010. )Impact of personal relevance and contextualization on comprehension by people with chronic aphasia.American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, ,19 ,22-33

Dietz, Aimee; Wallace, Sarah E; Weissling, Kristy (2020. )Revisiting the Role of Augmentative and Alternative Communication in Aphasia Rehabilitation.American journal of speech-language pathology, ,1-5

Knollman-Porter, Kelly; Dietz, Aimee; Dahlem, Kelly (2018. )Intensive Auditory Comprehension Treatment for Severe Aphasia: A Feasibility Study.American journal of speech-language pathology, ,27 (3 ),936-949

Langland-Hassan, Peter; Gauker, Christopher; Richardson, Michael J; Dietz, Aimee; Faries, Frank R (2017. )Metacognitive deficits in categorization tasks in a population with impaired inner speech.Acta psychologica, ,181 ,62-74

Nenert, Rodolphe; Allendorfer, Jane B; Martin, Amber M; Banks, Christi; Ball, Angel; Vannest, Jennifer; Dietz, Aimee R; Szaflarski, Jerzy P (2017. )Neuroimaging Correlates of Post-Stroke Aphasia Rehabilitation in a Pilot Randomized Trial of Constraint-Induced Aphasia Therapy.Medical science monitor : international medical journal of experimental and clinical research, ,23 ,3489-3507

Griffis, Joseph C; Nenert, Rodolphe; Allendorfer, Jane B; Vannest, Jennifer; Holland, Scott; Dietz, Aimee; Szaflarski, Jerzy P (2017. )The canonical semantic network supports residual language function in chronic post-stroke aphasia.Human brain mapping, ,38 (3 ),1636-1658

Lund, Shelley K; Quach, Wendy; Weissling, Kristy; McKelvey, Miechelle; Dietz, Aimee (2017. )Assessment With Children Who Need Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC): Clinical Decisions of AAC Specialists.Language, speech, and hearing services in schools, ,48 (1 ),56-68

Szaflarski, Jerzy P; Ball, Angel L; Vannest, Jennifer; Dietz, Aimee R; Allendorfer, Jane B; Martin, Amber N; Hart, Kimberly; Lindsell, Christopher J (2015. )Constraint-Induced Aphasia Therapy for Treatment of Chronic Post-Stroke Aphasia: A Randomized, Blinded, Controlled Pilot Trial.Medical science monitor : international medical journal of experimental and clinical research, ,21 ,2861-9

Langland-Hassan, Peter; Faries, Frank R; Richardson, Michael J; Dietz, Aimee (2015. )Inner speech deficits in people with aphasia.Frontiers in psychology, ,6 ,528

Beukelman, David R; Hux, Karen; Dietz, Aimee; McKelvey, Miechelle; Weissling, Kristy (2015. )Using Visual Scene Displays as Communication Support Options for People with Chronic, Severe Aphasia: A Summary of AAC Research and Future Research Directions.Augmentative and alternative communication (Baltimore, Md. : 1985), ,31 (3 ),234-45

Binger, Cathy; Ball, Laura; Dietz, Aimee; Kent-Walsh, Jennifer; Lasker, Joanne; Lund, Shelley; McKelvey, Miechelle; Quach, Wendy (2012. )Personnel roles in the AAC assessment process.Augmentative and alternative communication (Baltimore, Md. : 1985), ,28 (4 ),278-88

Dietz, Aimee; Ball, Angel; Griffith, Julie Reading and writing with aphasia in the 21st century: technological applications of supported reading comprehension and written expression.Topics in stroke rehabilitation, ,18 (6 ),758-69

McKelvey, Miechelle L; Hux, Karen; Dietz, Aimee; Beukelman, David R (2010. )Impact of personal relevance and contextualization on word-picture matching by people with aphasia.American journal of speech-language pathology, ,19 (1 ),22-33

Beukelman, David R; Fager, Susan; Ball, Laura; Dietz, Aimee (2007. )AAC for adults with acquired neurological conditions: a review.Augmentative and alternative communication (Baltimore, Md. : 1985), ,23 (3 ),230-42

Invited Publications

Koul, R., Dietz, A., Corwin, M., Wallace, S. (2013. )AAC and aphasia: Science and clinical practice .

Beukelman, D., Dietz, A., Hux, K., McKelvey, M., Wallace, S., & Weissling, K. (2007. )Training module: Visual scene displays: Case reports .

McKelvey, M. & Dietz, A (2007. )Visual scene displays for people with aphasia: An overview of the research .The Nebraska Speech-Language and Hearing Association: Networker, 1 (6 ),5-12

McCarthy, J., & Dietz, A. (2014. )Augmentative and alternative communication: From novice to expert clinician. Plural Community, 10 (59 ), -1-2

Published Books

McCarthy, J. & Dietz, A (2015. )Augmentative and alternative communication: An interactive clinical casebook .San Diego, CA ,Plural Publishing

Book Chapter

Dietz, A. (2018 )Language Encyclopedia of clinical neuropsychology. (2nd Ed.) .New York, NY,Springer

Dietz, A. (2011 )Encyclopedia of clinical neuropsychology .(pp. 1425-1426).).New York, NY,Springer

Dietz, A., McKelvey, M., Schmerbach, M., Weissling, K., & Hux, K. (2011 )Compensation for severe, chronic aphasia using augmentative and alternative communication The Communication Disorders Casebook: Learning by Example .(pp. 351-360).).Boston, MA,Allyn & Bacon/Merrill

Technical Reports

Dietz A., Knollman, K., & Hux, K. (2013. )Supported reading comprehension for people with Aphasia: Photographic and linguistic supports .

Presentations

Invited Presentations

Langland-Hassan, P., Gauker, C., Dietz, A., Richardson, M., Bolan, H., Faries, F., Grevey, K., & Martin, J. (2014. )Does inner speech play a role in metacognition or conceptual thought? Some preliminary results from people with aphasia .50th Annual University of Cincinnati Philosophy Colloquium: The Nature and Cognitive Role of Inner Speech, Cincinnati, OH.

Dietz, A (2011. )Aphasia .Seminar presented to first year medical students in Brain and Behavior at the University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH. Level:University

Dietz, A. (2011. )). AAC interventions for people with aphasia: Recent developments .Seminar presented at the Cincinnati VA Hospital, Cincinnati, OH. Level:University

Dietz, A (2010. )Aphasia and dysarthria: Communication tips for allied health professionals .Seminar presented at the Drake Center, Cincinnati, OH.

Dietz, A. (2010. )Supported reading comprehension: A review and web-based applications .Seminar presented via SpeechPathology.com, http://www.speechpathology.com/.

Dietz, A. (2010. )The role of text in AAC interventions for people with aphasia .Seminar presented at Ohio University, Athens, OH.

Dietz, A., Griffith, J.,* Keelor, J.* (2010. )Evidence-based practice in aphasia rehabilitation .Seminar presented at the Ohio Speech-Language-Hearing Association State Annual Convention, Columbus, OH. Level:State

Dietz, A. & Griffith, J., (2010. )The role of text in AAC interventions for people with aphasia .Seminar presented at the Ohio Speech-Language-Hearing Association State Annual Convention, Columbus, OH. Level:State

Dietz, A. (2010. )Aphasia .Seminar presented to first year medical students in Brain and Behavior at the University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH. Level:University

Dietz, A. (2010. )Aphasia and dysarthria: Communication tips .Seminar presented to resident physicians in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH. Level:University

Dietz, A., & Beyrer, K. (2010. )Acquired communication disorders: Aphasia and dysarthria .Seminar presented to the Tri-State Brain Aneurysm Support Group, Inc, Cincinnati, OH.

Dietz, A., Disney, S., & Griffith, J. (2009. )Careers in medical and educational speech-language pathology .Seminar presented at the Statewide NSSLHA Conference, Cincinnati, OH.

Dietz, A. (2009. )Acquired communication disorders: Aphasia and dysarthria .Seminar presented to the Mercy-Mount Airy Stroke Support Group, Cincinnati, OH.

Dietz, A. (2009. )Acquired communication disorders: Aphasia and dysarthria .Seminar presented to the Drake Hospital Stroke Support Group, Cincinnati, OH.

Dietz, A. (2009. )Aphasia and high-technology AAC: Cognitive-linguistic considerations for intervention .Seminar presented at American Society of Neurorehabilitation (ASNR) Workshop ‘Accelerating Use of Technology in Stroke Rehabilitation: Opportunities & Challenges.’, Cincinnati, OH.

Givler, S. & Dietz, A. (2009. )Successful resume writing .Seminar presented via SpeechPathology.com, http://www.speechpathology.com/.

Dietz, A. (2009. )Aphasia interventions: Bridging the gap between AAC & traditional interventions .Seminar presented at the Ohio Speech-Language-Hearing Association State , Columbus, OH.

Dietz, A., McKelvey, M., Weissling, K (2008. )Aphasia interventions: Integrating technology and maximizing context .. Seminar presented at the South Dakota Speech-Language and Hearing Association Annual State Convention , Sioux Falls, SD.

Dietz, A. (2008. )AAC in the Medial Setting: Part II .Seminar presented at Methodist Hospital,, Omaha, NE.

Dietz, A (2008. )AAC in the Medical Setting: Part I .Seminar presented at Methodist Hospital, Omaha, NE.

Dietz, A. (2007. )Aphasia & AAC .Seminar presented at Methodist Hospital, Omaha, NE.

Beukelman, D., Hux, K., Weissling, K., Dietz, A., & McKelvey, M. (2005. )Webcast: AAC for aphasia: Use of Visual Scene Displays .http://www.aac-rerc.com/pages/news/webcasts2005.htm#aug1,

Beukelman, D., Dietz, A., McKelvey, M., & Weissling, K. (2004. )Use of contextual scenes in aphasia intervention .Seminar presented at the Nebraska Speech-Language and Hearing Association Annual State Conference, Kearney, NE.

Dietz, A., Fager, S., Bourgeois, M., Simmons-Mackie, N., Garrett, K. (2016. )AAC for Adults with Neurogenic Communication Disorders: An Overview of Recent Discoveries .Philadelphia, PA.

Dietz, A. (2016. )Implementing AAC as a tool for language recovery in people with aphasia: An overview of recent discoveries. Columbus, OH.

Dietz, A. (2016. )Functional and structural neuroplasticity in sub-acute aphasia following a novel intervention .Cincinnati, OH.

Dietz, A. (2015. )Implementing AAC as a tool for language recovery in people with aphasia: An overview of recent discoveries .Louisville, KY.

Dietz, A. (2015. )The 2014 ALS ice bucket challenge: Respond with quality AAC evaluations .Louisville, KY.

Dietz, A., Vannest, J., Collier, J.*, Maloney, T., Altaye, M., Szaflarski, J., & Holland, S. (2014. )AAC revolutionizes aphasia therapy: Changes in cortical plasticity and spoken language production .

Dietz, A., Vannest, J., Collier, J.*, Maloney, T., Altaye, M., Szaflarski, J., & Holland, S. (2014. )A new approach to language recovery in post-stroke aphasia: Changes in cortical plasticity and spoken language production.

Dietz, A., Weissling, K., & McKelvey, M. (2014. )Evidence-based clinical decision-making: AAC & aphasia.

Perrault, L.*, Dietz, A., Vannest, J. (2015. )Social validity of an AAC intervention for people with aphasia. Columbus, OH.

Langland-Hassan, P., Gauker, C., Dietz, A., Richardson, M., Bolan, H., Faries, F., Grevey, K., & Martin, J. (2014. )Does inner speech play a role in metacognition or conceptual thought? Some preliminary results from people with aphasia. Cincinnati, OH.

Poster Presentations

Allendorfer, J.B., Martin, A.N., Banks, C., Vannest, J., Dietz, A., Siegel, M., Hernando, K., Holland, S.K., & Szaflarski, J.P. (2014. )Increased language activation during verb generation fMRI following aphasia theory in LMCA stroke .20th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping, Hamburg, Germany. .

Nenert, R., Allendorfer, J.B., Martin, A.N., Banks, C., Vannest, J., Dietz, A., Holland, S.K. & Szaflarski, J.P. (2014. )The effect of language training on post-stroke aphasia: An fMRI study .20th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping, Hamburg, Germany. .

Collier, J., Dietz, A., Howard, A., Griffith, J. (2014. )AAC Interface Design: The Effect on Spoken Language in People with Aphasia .Clinical Aphasiology Conference, St. Simons Island, GA. .

Dietz,A., Vannest, J., Collier, J., Maloney, T., Altaye, M., Szaflarski, J., & Holland, S. (2014. )AAC revolutionizes aphasia therapy: Changes in cortical plasticity and spoken language production .Clinical Aphasiology Conference, St. Simons Island, GA. .

Charles, A., Griffith, J., Dietz, A., Weaver, S., Vannest, J., Ball, A., & Szaflarski, J. (2014. )CIAT: A retrospective case study of an individual with non-fluent aphasia and apraxia of speech .Ohio Speech Language Hearing Association Conference, Columbus, OH. .

Dietz, A, Vannest, J., Collier, J., Maloney, T., Holland, S., & Szaflarski, J. (2014. )AAC revolutionizes aphasia therapy: Changes in cortical plasticity and spoken language production .Association for Clinical Research and Training, Washington, DC. .

Allendorfer, J.B., Byars, A.W., Vannest, J., Dietz, A., Holland, S.K., Szaflarski, J.P. (2013. )Age of LMCA stroke occurrence affects language lateralization and cortical activation .Organization for Human Brain Mapping Annual Convention, Seattle, WA. .

Knollman, S.; Collier, J.; Perrault, L.; Dietz, A.; Vannest, J.; Holland, S.; Szaflarski, J. (2013. )Communicative Behaviors in Person with Aphasia Following a Novel AAC Intervention .2013 Ohio Speech-Language & Hearing Association (OSLHA) Annual Convention,

Griffith, J., Dietz, A., Weissling, K. (2013. )Supporting narrative retells for people with aphasia using AAC: Photographs or line drawings? Text or no text? .Annual Clinical Aphasiology Conference, Tucson, AZ. .

Dietz, A., Vannest, J. Collier, J., Maloney, T., Holland, S., Szaflarski, J. (2013. )Neural Reorganization of Language following a Novel Intervention for People with Aphasia .Association for Clinical Research Training, Washington DC. .

Dietz, A., Weissling, K., Griffith, J., McKelvey, M. (2013. )Personalizing AAC for PWA: The role of text and visuographic supports .Annual Clinical Aphasiology Conference, Tucson, AZ. .

Dietz, A., Vannest, J., Collier, J., Maloney, T., Szaflarski, J., & Holland, S. (2013. )Neurimaging and behavioral language function in aphasia: Standard care versus AAC intervention .American Speech-Language and Hearing Association Annual Convention, Chicago, IL. .

Ball, A., Griffith, J., Vannest, J., Szaflarski, J., & Dietz, A. (2013. )The social dynamics of CIAT without barriers .American Speech-Language and Hearing Association Annual Convention, Chicago, IL. .

Dietz, A., Weissling, K., Griffith, J., & McKelvey, M. (2013. )Personalizing AAC for PWA: The role of text and visuographic supports .American Speech-Language and Hearing Association Annual Convention, Chicago, IL. .

Griffith, J., Dietz, A., & Weissling, K. (2013. )Supporting narrative retells for people with aphasia using AAC: Photographs or line drawings? Text or not text? .American Speech-Language and Hearing Association Annual Convention, Chicago, IL. .

Reinstatler, A. & Dietz, A. (2012. )Interactive training protocol: Communication between Dietary Staff and Residents with Dementia .Poster Presented at the Ohio Speech-Language and Hearing Association Annual National Convention, Columbus, OH. .

Knollman-Porter, K., Dietz, A., & Lundeen, K. (2011. )Severe, chronic aphasia: An intensive treatment protocol for auditory comprehension .Poster Presented at the Clinical Aphasiology Conference, Largo Mar, FL. .

Keelor, J., Dietz, A., Griffith, J., Hicks, J., & Reinstatler, A. (2011. )People with aphasia: Knowledge of restorative and supported reading techniques. Poster Presented at the Clinical Aphasiology Conference, Largo Mar, FL. .

Knollman-Porter, K., Dietz, A., & Lundeen, K (2011. )Severe, chronic aphasia: An intensive treatment protocol for auditory comprehension. .Poster Presented at the Ohio Speech-Language and Hearing Association Annual National Convention, Columbus, OH. .

Keelor, J., Dietz, A., Griffith, J., Hicks, J., & Reinstatler, A. (2011. )People with aphasia: Knowledge of restorative and supported reading techniques. Poster Presented at the Ohio Speech-Language and Hearing Association Annual National Convention, Columbus, OH. .

Wallace, S., Dietz, A., Hux, K., Weissling, K (2011. )Augmented input: The effect of visuographic supports on the auditory comprehension of people with chronic aphasia .Poster Presented at the Clinical Aphasiology Conference, Largo Mar, FL. .Level:National

Keelor, J., Dietz, A., Griffith, J., Hicks, J., & Reinstatler, A. (2010. )People with aphasia: Knowledge of restorative and supported reading techniques .Poster Presented at the American Speech-Language and Hearing Annual National Convention, Philadelphia, PA. .

Knollman-Porter, K., Dietz, A., & Lundeen, K. (2010. )Severe, chronic aphasia: An intensive treatment protocol for auditory comprehension. Poster Presented at the American Speech-Language and Hearing Annual National Convention, Philadelphia, PA. .

Kibler, E., Dietz, A., Toth, K. Beyrer, K. (2009. )Caregiver perceptions of communication-based group intervention .Poster presented at the American Speech-Language and Hearing Annual National Convention, New Orleans, LA. .

Flanigan, A., Mamlekar, C., Dietz, A., Raisor-Becker, L. (2018. )Augmentative and alternative communication strategies used by speech-language pathologists who work in inpatient rehabilitation settings. Columbus, OH. .

Kibler, E., Wendt, A., Dietz, A., Beyrer, K. (2009. )Caregiver perceptions of communication-based group intervention .Poster presented at the Ohio Speech-Language-Hearing Association Annual State Convention, Columbus, OH. .

Spitz, S., Bakas, K., Dietz, A., Harley, D., McCarthy, M., Bakas, T. (2018. )Why should PhotoVoice methods be adapted for people with aphasia?: A scoping review. Columbus, OH. .

Dietz, A., Peterson, A., Sawyer, E., Thiessen, A., McKelvey, M (2008. )Severe, chronic aphasia: An exploration of the changes in social roles .Poster presented at the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association Annual National Convention, Chicago, IL. .Level:National

Rae, K., Szoke, S., Dietz, A., & Raisor-Becker, L. (2018. )Adapted Pilates for children with Cerebral Palsy: A preliminary study of the impact on attention. Columbus, OH. .

Dietz, A., Hux, K., McKelvey, M., Beukelman, D. (2008. )Reading comprehension by people with chronic aphasia: A comparison of three levels of visuographic contextual support .Poster presented at the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association Annual National Convention, Chicago, IL. .Level:National

Dietz, A., Hyun, N., Volk, M., Baccus, L., & Thaxton, S. (2016. )Use of a High-Technology VSD Interface: The Impact of Treatment. Philadelphia, PA. .

McKelvey, M., Hux, K., Beukelman, D., & Dietz, A. (2008. )Information representation in augmentative and alternative communication systems for people with severe chronic aphasia .. Poster presented at the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association Annual National Convention, Chicago, IL. .Level:National

Dietz, A., Vannest, J., Maloney, T., Altaye, M., Szaflarski, J. P., Holland, S. (2016. )The impact of lesion in language lateralization classification in post-stroke aphasia .Charlottesville, VA. .

Dietz, A., Hux, K., McKelvey, M., Beukelman, D. (2008. )). Reading comprehension by people with chronic aphasia: A comparison of three levels of visuographic contextual support .. Poster presented at the Clinical Aphasiology Conference, Jackson, WY. .Level:National

Dietz, A. & Boyle, M. (2016. )Moving Toward a Discourse Core Outcome Set (D-COS). Charlottesville, VA. .

Dietz, A., Hux, K., Carrell, T., Green, J., Snell, J., & Zickefoose, S. (2006. )Slowed speaking rates in TBI: Motor speech or cognitive processing deficit? .Poster presented at the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association Annual National Convention, Miami, FL. .Level:National

Baccus, L.*, Volk, M.*, Hyun, N.*, Dietz, A. (2016. )AAC intervention for aphasia recovery: Communication Analysis .Columbus, OH. .

Dietz, A., McKelvey, M., Beukelman, D., Weissling, K., & Hux, K (2005. )Visual scenes display: A new AAC interface for persons with severe chronic aphasia .Poster presented at the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association Annual National Convention, San Diego CA. .Level:National

Griffis, J.C., Nenert, R., Martin, A., Vannest, J., Marbury, S., Dietz, A., Allendorfer, J., Szaflarski, J.P. (2015. )Activity in residual frontal cortex correlates with verbal ability in post-stroke aphasia. Honolulu, HI. .

McKelvey, M., Dietz, A., Hux, K., Weissling, K., & David Beukelman (2005. )Performance of a person with chronic aphasia using a visual scenes display .Poster presented at the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association Annual National Convention, San Diego CA. .Level:National

Griffis, J.C., Nenert, R., Martin, A., Vannest, J., Marbury, S., Dietz, A., Allendorfer, J., Szaflarski, J.P. (2015. )Structural correlates of residual language capacity in patients with post-stroke aphasia. Honolulu, HI. .

LaPointe, L., Morris, R. J., Acciavatti, A., Arsneault-Dietz, A. R., Collins-Lenius, K., Panico, J. et al. (2001. )Walk the walk or talk the talk?: A perception of value. Poster presented at the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association Annual National Convention, New Orleans, LA. .Level:National

Boyle, M. & Dietz, A. (2015. )Discourse Measurement in Aphasia Research: Have We Reached the Tipping Point? .Monterey, CA. .

Griffith, J.*, Dietz, A., Ball, A., Vannest, J., Charles, A., Changchun, X., Szafarski, J.P (2015. )Constraint-Induced Aphasia Therapy: Examining Linguistic Gains in Discourse .Monterey, CA. .

Dietz, A. (2018. )Neurogenic Language, Speech, and Swallowing Disorders .University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH. .

Awosika, O., Boyne, P., Coleman, E., Dietz, A. (2018. )University of Cincinnati Neurorecovery Laboratory: Pursuing the Limits of Post-Injury Plasticity .University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH. .

Paper Presentations

Szaflarski, J.P., Allendorfer, J., Ball, A., Banks, C., Dietz, A., Hart, K., Lindsell, C.J., Martin, A.N., & Vannest, J. (2014. )Randomized controlled trial of constraint-induced aphasia therapy in patients with chronic stroke .Philadelphia, PA.

Dietz, A., Knollman, K., Huz, K. (2013. )Supported Reading Comprehension for people with Aphasia: Photographic and linguistic supports .Tuscon, AZ.

Lund, S., McKelvey, M., Quach, W., Dietz, A. (2012. )Clinical Perceptions of AAC Assessment with Children .Pittsburgh, PA.

McKelvey, M., Quach, W., Dietz, A., & Lund, S. (2012. )Clinical Perceptions of AAC Assessment with Adults .Pittsburgh, PA.

Koul, R., Dietz, A., Corwin, M., & Wallace, S. (2012. )AAC & Aphasia: Science and clinical practice .Pittsburgh, PA.

Wallace, S., Weissling, K., Dietz, A., (2012. )A framework for understanding the role of AAC in aphasia rehabilitation .Pittsburgh, PA.

Dietz, A., Weissling, Griffith, J., McKelvey, M. (2012. )Personalizing AAC for PWA: The role of text and visuographic supports .Pittsburgh, PA.

Lund, S., McKelvey, M., Quach, W., Dietz, A. (2011. )Clinical perceptions of AAC assessment with adults and children .San Diego, CA.. Professional Meeting. Level:National

Dietz, A., Lund, S., McKelvey, M., & Quach, W. (2010. ) Clinical decision-making by speech- language pathologists in AAC assessment .Philadelphia, PA. Professional Meeting. Level:National

Ball, L., Dietz, A., Lasker, J., Lund, S., Binger, C., Kent-Walsh, J., McKelvey, M., Quach, W. (2010. )Roles of AAC personnel in the AAC assessment process .Philadelphia, PA. Professional Meeting. Level:National

Quach, W., Dietz, A., Lund, S., & McKelvey, M (2010. )). Clinical-decision making by speech- language pathologists in AAC assessment .Barcelona, Spain. Conference. Level:International

Dietz, A., Peterson, A., Sawyer, E., Thiessen, A., McKelvey, M (2009. )Severe, chronic aphasia: An exploration of the changes in social roles .Keystone, CO. Conference. Level:National

McKelvey, M., Dietz, A., Hux, K., Beukelman, D., Weissling, K., & Wallace, S. (2008. )Information representation in augmentative and alternative communication systems for people with severe chronic aphasia .Montreal, Canada. Professional Meeting. Level:International

McKelvey, M., Hux, K., Beukelman, D., & Dietz, A. (2008. )Information representation in augmentative and alternative communication systems for people with severe chronic aphasia .Montreal, Canada. Conference. Level:International

McKelvey, M., Hux, K., Dietz, A., Beukelman, D. (2008. )Impact of personal relevance and contextualization on comprehension by people with chronic aphasia .Jackson, WY. Conference. Level:National

Dietz, A., McKelvey, M., Beukelman, D., Weissling, K., & Hux, K. (2006. )Integrating contextually relevant visual scenes into aphasia interventions .Miami, FL. Professional Meeting. Level:National

Honors and Awards

08-2013 Excellence in Research Award University of Cincinnati College of Allied Health Sciences

2013 Gallery of Excellence: UC Health & University of Cincinnati Academic Health Center Researh Week Neural Reorganization of Language following a Novel Intervention for People with Aphasia. Poster presented at the Association for Clinical Research and Training, Washington, DC

11-2005 AAC Institute/ASHA Student Scientific Paper Award American Speech-Language & Hearing Association National Convention Type:Recognition

09-2003 Outstanding Contribution Award Lakeland Health & Healing Type:Recognition

04-2017 Mid-Career Research Award University of Cincinnati

08-2016 Innovative Use of Technology in Teaching University of Cincinnati College of Allied Health Science

07-2016 eLearning Champion University of Cincinnati

12-2018 Research Excellence University of Cincinnati College of Allied Health Sciences Status:Recipient

Student Advising

Alexandria Perrault Advisor Status:In Progress

Alicia Charles (Master )2014

Anna Reinstatler Advisor Status:Completed 2011

Barry Baker (Master )2013

Caitlin Leahy (Master )2014

Catherine Sheridan (Master )2012

Cynthia Hauxwell (Master )Committee Member Status:Completed 2009

Derrick Robinson (Master )2013

Devan Macke Advisor Status:Completed 2012

Devan Macke 2013

Erin Kibler (Master )Advisor Status:Completed 2010

Jennifer Keelor Advisor Status:Completed 2011

Jennifer Keelor Advisor Status:Completed 2013

Jessica Hicks (Master )2011

Joe Collier (Doctoral )Advisor

Joe Collier (Doctoral )Advisor 2014

Joe Collier Advisor 2014

Joseph Collier (Master )2013

Julie Griffith 2010

Julie Griffith (Doctoral )Advisor 08-2014

Julie Griffith Advisor Status:Completed 2013

Julie Griffith 2013

Karyn Toth (Master )2012

Kelly Knollman-Porter 2012

Kelly Knollman-Porter 2011

Kelly Knollman-Porter 2010

Kelly Knollman-Porter (Doctoral )Advisor 06-2012

Kelsey Dupps (Master )2013

Paula Phipps (Master )2011

Sarah Hamilton (Doctoral )Committee Member

Victoria McKenna (Doctoral )Committee Member

Yelena Yermakova (Master )2014

Service

Merit Committee Committee Member Type:Departmental Service Level:University 2012 -2012

 College of Allied Health Sciences RPT Committee Committee Member Type:University/College Service Level:College 2012 -2012

 University Research Council (URC) Undergraduate Student Research Fellowship Committee Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 2012 -2012

Veteran’s Affairs (VA) Reviewer Type:Service to Professional Associations Level:National 2012

American Speech-Language & Hearing Association Special Interest Group 2012

 College of Allied Health Sciences Grievance Committee Committee Chair Type:University/College Service Level:College 2011 -2011

 University Research Council Department Review Committee Committee Chair Type:Departmental Service Level:University 2011 -2011

Faculty Search Committee Type:Departmental Service Level:University 2010 -2011

Peer-Reviewed Publication Editor of Journal Type:Service to Professional Associations Level:Prof. Org. 2010

 Presenting Research and Innovative Scholarly Endeavors (PRaISE) Committee Committee Member Type:University/College Service Level:College 2009 -2012

 Communication Sciences and Disorders Department RPT Committee Type:Departmental Service Level:University 2009 -2010

Admissions Committee Type:Departmental Service Level:University 2009 -2012

 Topics Committee Member Annual ASHA Convention Committee Member Type:Service to Professional Associations Level:National 2009

 National Student Speech-Language and Hearing Local Chapter Conference Type:Community Service Level:National 2009

Tri-State Aneurysm Support Group Talk Type:Community Service Level:State 2009

Drake Stroke Support Group Type:University/College Service Level:State 2009

Drake Hospital (Speech-Language Pathology Department )08-2008 -To Present

Kentucky & Ohio State Representative 2008 -To Present

National Aphasia Association Type:Service to Professional Associations Level:National 2008 -To Present

Doody Publishing Reviewer Type:Service to Professional Associations 2008 -To Present

 Drake Hospital—Speech-Language Pathology Department Type:Community Service Level:State 2008 -To Present

AAC Clinical Program Development Co-Coordinator Type:Departmental Service Level:University 2008 -2010

 Consultant to the Communication Helps Achieve Together (CHAT) Type:Departmental Service Level:University 2008 -To Present

 American Speech-Language and Hearing Association Member Type:Service to Professional Associations Level:National 2002 -To Present

Aphasiology Type:Editorial Service

Journal of Medical Speech-Language Pathology Type:Editorial Service

American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology Type:Editorial Service

Journal of Speech-Language-Hearing Research Type:Editorial Service

Journal of Eye Movement Type:Editorial Service

National Aphasia Association

University of Cincinnati Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders (Admissions Committee )Committee Chair Type:University/College Service Level:University 2017 -2018

Professional Affiliation

2013 -2014: Clinical Aphasiology Conference Program Committee

2010: Issue Editor for Peer-Reviewed Publication Perspectives in AAC

2008 -To Present: National Aphasia Association Kentucky & Ohio State Representitive

2002 -To Present: American Speech-Language and Hearing Association (ASHA) Special Interest Division 2: Neurophysiology and Neurogenic Speech and Language Disorders; Special Interest Division 12: Augmentative and Alternative Communication

ASHA Convention Topics Committee Member Augmentative and Alternative Communication: 2009, 2011, 2013

ASHA Convention Topics Committee Member Language Disorders in Adults: 2012, 2013

Grant Reviewer: Veteran's Affairs (VA) Study Section: Spring 2012, Spring 2013, Summer 2013, Spring 2014

Ad-Hoc Reviewer for Peer-Reviewed Journal Aphasiology: 2008, 2011, 2012-2014

Ad-Hoc Reviewer for Peer-Reviewed Journal American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology: 2012-2013

Ad-Hoc Reviewer for Peer-Reviewed Journal Journal of Speech-Language and Hearing Research: 2012

Ad-Hoc Reviewer for Peer-Reviewed Journal Journal of Eye Movement: 2012

Ad-Hoc Reviewer for Peer-Reviewed Journal Journal of Medical Speech-Language Pathology: 2012

Ad-Hoc Reviewer for Peer-Reviewed Journal Augmentative and Alternative Communication: 2013-2014

Courses Taught

Neurocognitive Disorders

Neurolanguage (Aphasia)

Neurospeech Disorders (Motor Speech Disorders)

Anatomy & Physiology of Voice & Speech Production

Advance Augmentative and Alternative Communication

Doctoral Seminar, Part II

Contact Information

Academic - Health Sciences Building
3225 Eden Avenue
Cincinnati  Ohio, 45267
Phone: 513-558-8551
Fax: 513-558-8500
aimee.dietz@uc.edu