Distinguished Professor Founds Brain Injury Clinic

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Mayya Teytel-Cocozza, adjunct professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, founded Leading Innovative Multicultural Brain Injury Clinic, providing therapy for adults and adolescents who have sustained head trauma. As a brain injury specialist and speech-language pathologist, Teytel-Cocozza focuses on diagnostic and therapeutic services for bilingual and monolingual patients with communication and/or swallowing disorders, helping them regain their independence.