Dr Nicole Lallini
Lecturer in Speech & Language Pathology
- Email: email@example.com
- Telephone: +44 (0) 191 208 3932
- Address: Room G7 KGVI
School of ECLS
King George VI Building
University of Newcastle upon Tyne
Queen Victoria Road
Newcastle upon Tyne
Originally, I am from Berlin, Germany, which I I left in the spring of 1994 to move to Fresno, California. There, I joined the undergraduate course in Communicative Science and Disorders at the California State University, Fresno, which I completed in 1997. After earning the undergraduate degree, I gained a master’s in the same field in 1999. I then became a fully licensed speech-language pathologist and worked as part of a rehabilitation team in California for 3 years. In 2008 I completed my PhD at the Speech Department of Newcastle University where I became a lecturer in 2006.
2009: Newcastle Teaching Award (30 credits at Masters Level accredited by the Higher Education Academy of the United Kingdom)
2008: PhD in Speech and Language Sciences
2000: Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language
Pathology (American Speech-Language-Hearing Association)
California State License as a Speech-Language Pathologist
(Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Board)
1999: MA (with distinction) in Communicative Science and Disorders, California State University, Fresno, USA
1997: BA (summa cum laude) in Communicative Science and Disorders, California State University, Fresno, USA
2003 – 2006: North East Aphasia Centre, University of Newcastle, UK: Clinical Supervisor
University of Newcastle, UK: Visiting Lecturer
1999 – 2002: L. & J. Telesmanic Rehabilitation Systems, Fresno, CA, USA: Speech and Language Pathologist
Member of the Health Professions Council (HPC) and the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists (RCSLT)
Honours and Awards
2009: Faculty Research Fund Award
2004: School Bursary, University of Newcastle
1999: Research Merit Award, California State University, Fresno, USA
1994-1999: Dean’s List, California State University, Fresno, USA
1997: Tuition Award Scholarship, California State University, Fresno, USA
1994-1996: Golden Key National Honor Society, California State University, Fresno, USA; Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, California State University, Fresno, USA
German; English, Italian
Travel, reading, classical music, ballroom dancing
- Lallini N, Miller N. Do phonological neighbourhood density and phonotactic probability influence speech output accuracy in acquired speech impairment?. Aphasiology 2011, 25(2), 176-190.
- Lallini N, Miller N. Lexical influences on output accuracy in speakers with acquired output impairment after stroke. In: BAS Biennial International Conference 2009. 2009, Sheffield, UK.
- Lallini N, Miller N. What Makes Words Easy to Produce for People with Speech Output Problems?. In: 7th CPLOL congress 2009. 2009, Ljubljana, Slovenia.
- Lallini N, Miller N, Howard D. Lexical influences on single word repetition in acquired spoken output impairment: A cross language comparison. Aphasiology 2007, 21(6-8), 617-631.
- Lallini N, Miller N, Howard D. Influences on speech output in acquired apraxia of speech: a comparison of English and German. Stem-, Spraak-, en Taalpathologie 2006, 14(supplement), 71.
- Lallini N, Miller N, Howard D. Are clang and bank as easy to say for English speakers with apraxia of speech as German speakers saying Klang and Bank?. In: 6th European CPLOL Congress. 2006, Berlin.
- Salis C, Hwang F, Howard D, Lallini N. Short-term and Working Memory Treatments for Improving Sentence Comprehension in Aphasia: A Review and a Replication Study. Seminars in Speech and Language 2017, 38(01), 29-39.
- Lallini N, Miller N, Howard D. Do phonological neighbourhood density and phonotactic probability influence speech output accuracy in German speakers with acquired apraxia of speech?. Journal of Neurolinguistics 2012. In Preparation.
- Bransby C, Lallini N, Miller N. Do phonological neighbourhood density and phonotactic probability influence auditory word recognition in healthy and impaired speakers?. In: Biennial International BAS Conference. 2011, Reading, UK.