Phone: (914) 594-4262
School of Health Sciences and Practice
New York Medical College
30 Plaza Wes Suite 213
Valhalla, NY 10595
Robert Volin, Ph.D., CCC-SLP is an Associate Professor of Speech-Language Pathology. He came to academic practice after thirteen years as a V.A. hospital-based staff clinician. He has taught at Lehman College and at SUNY New Paltz, where he was the Graduate Program Director for 10 years. At New York Medical College, he focuses on neurological aspects of Speech-Language Pathology, trains students to conduct cognitive evaluations, and supervises in the clinic. He founded and supervises our adult aphasia group.
Graduate Degree: Ph.D., Speech and Hearing Sciences
Graduate Degree Institution: CUNY Graduate Center, NY (Ph.D.); City College, NY, (M.S.) Speech Pathology
Undergraduate Institution: Queens College, NY, Drama-Theatre
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Volin, R. A. (1993) Clinical applications of biofeedback. ASHA, 35(Sep), 43-44.
Volin, R. A. (1991). Microcomputer based systems providing biofeedback of voice and speech production. Topics in Language Disorders 11(2), 65 79.
Volin, R. A. (1980). Predicting failure to speak after laryngectomy. The Laryngoscope, 90, 1727 1736.