A caregiver is in the unique position of being the first person to identify signs and symptoms of dysphagia, a swallowing disorder that can lead to pneumonia and malnutrition — potentially life-threatening conditions.
Watch Dr. Rogus-Pulia on Being Patient Live
Dr. Pulia is featured in an article by ASHA Wire, a publication of American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
The Association of Veterans Affairs Speech Language Pathologists awarded Dr. Pulia the 2020 Rick Bollinger Clinician of the Year award.
Rogus-Pulia was recently featured in two articles involving dysphagia and its link to Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias.
Watch now: Dr. Rogus-Pulia discusses her work on the YouTube channel of UW-Madison Communication Science and Disorders
Watch video of presentation at 2020 Wisconsin ADRC research day.
Listen to an episode of the Swallow Your Pride podcast for a look into saliva research from the lab.
Watch video of Dr. Pulia talk in a speaker spotlight for Dysphagia Researcher Society.
Announcement of NIA-funded K23 award