Juliana Codino, PhD, CCC-SLP is the Director of Voice Pathology and supervisor of the SLP voice-centric Clinical Fellowship at Lakeshore Professional Voice Center (LPVC). At LPVC she has the pleasure to be able to take care for high-end performers, as well as the every-day voice user treating all voice, swallowing and airway disorders. Juliana has a strong interest in research, at LPVC she continues to be fairly prolific in voice studies. Juliana completed her PhD focusing on electroglottography at the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Juliana has a particular interest in acoustics of voice production and has been teaching acoustical analysis of voice and phonetics for many years.
She has written chapters in books and several research articles in scientific journals related to the specialty. In addition, Juliana has been a reviewer of scientific presentations in several voice conferences and journals. She has a background in musical theater and enjoys singing for fun.
Taylor Darden, MA, MFA, CF-SLP is a clinical fellow/speech-language pathologist. He holds a master of arts degree in speech-language pathology from the University of Delaware. He served as the graduate student representative for the Delaware Speech and Hearing Association leadership board, and co-facilitated a gender-affirming voice group for trans+ individuals. Taylor is also a trained actor and singer and holds a master’s of fine arts degree in acting from Florida Atlantic University. His performance credits include roles at the Philadelphia Shakespeare Theatre, Arden Theatre, the Montgomery Theatre, and nine years as a singing telegram. His clinical interests include treating chronic cough, disorders of the upper airway, and voice disorders.
Mac Christensen, MS, CF-SLP is a clinical fellow/speech-language pathologist. He holds a master of science degree in speech-language pathology from Brigham Young University. While there, he conducted thesis research in the BYU Voice Lab. Mac also holds a bachelor’s degree in piano performance from Brigham Young University and spent several years as a piano teacher and collaborative pianist. He also studied music therapy at Arizona State University and provided music therapy services in several different settings including hospice, memory care, and adult day programs for individuals with developmental disabilities. His clinical interests include serving those with voice and upper airway disorders, including areas of aging voice, professional voice use, and chronic cough. Mac enjoys singing barbershop quartet with his family.
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