Robison awarded First Place Poster Presentation at Dysphagia Research Society Meeting

Published: April 23rd, 2018

Category: News

Raele Robison was awarded First Place Poster Presentation for her research presentation "An Examination of Lingual Physiologic Reserve in Individuals with ALS” at the Dysphagia Research Society (DRS) Meeting in Baltimore and is pictured with her mentor, Dr. Emily PlowmanIn March, Raele Robison, a third-year RSD student, was awarded First Place Poster Presentation for her research presentation, “An Examination of Lingual Physiologic Reserve in Individuals with ALS,” at the Dysphagia Research Society (DRS) Meeting in Baltimore. Raele is in the Rehabilitation Sciences and Disorders program under the mentorship of Dr. Emily Plowman. This event is an international conference for swallowing and swallowing disorders and a prestigious award for those in the field of dysphagia, so congratulations to Raele for her first place presentation!