School of Speech, Language, Hearing and Occupational Sciences Faculty & Staff

Leah Meloy

MS, CCC-SLP; Doctoral Student

Contact

  • Office: Curry Health Center 018B
  • Phone: (406) 243-2363
  • Fax: (406) 243-2362
  • Email: leah.meloy@umontana.edu
  • Office Hours:

    By appointment; schedule via email.

Education

2013 | Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (LEND) Fellowship | Oregon Health and Science University

2012 | MS Speech Language Pathology | University of Washington

2008 | BA Communication Studies | University of Montana

 

 

Projects

CURRENT RESEARCH GRANTS

National Institutes of Health, Research Supplements to Promote Diversity in Health-Related Research (NIH NIDCD 3RO1DC016895-01S1): Orthography and Phonology in Word Learning as a Predictor of Dyslexia in Children with Language Impairment. (Total Award: Total $228,425), 2018 - 2021. Co-PIs Tiffany Hogan, Julie Wolter, Co-Is: Suzanne Adlof, Jessie Ricketts, & Yaacov Petscher.

Field of Study

Speech Language Pathology

  • Early Language Development & Disorders
  • Litearcy Development & Disorders

Clinical Interests

  • Family Centered Care
  • Parent Training
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Craniofacial Disorders
  • Clinical Supervision

Professional Experience

2013-2017 | Speech Language Pathologist | Randall Children's Hospital | Portland, OR

2015-2017 | Assistant Professor, Speech Language Pathologist | Institute on Development and Disability at Oregon Health and Science University | Portland, OR

2012-2013 | Leadership Development in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (LEND) Fellow/ Clinical Fellow | Institute on Development and Disability at Oregon Health and Science University | Portland, OR

2012-2013 | Clinical Fellow | IKidTalk Scottish Rite | Portland, OR

2011-2012 | Graduate Student Clinician | Head and Neck Center at University of Washington Medical Center | Seattle, WA

2011-2012 | Graduate Student Collaborator and Teacher | Experimental Education Unit at the Center for Human Development and Disability | Seattle, WA

2010-2012 | Graduate Student Clinician | University of Washington Speech and Hearing Clinic | Seattle, WA

Honors / Awards

2017 | Featured in Oregon Speech Language Hearing Association's film series Making Connections, speaking on Autism Spectrum Disorder

2010 | Top Scholar Award | University of Washington