Dr. Memorie Gosa
Ph.D The University of Memphis, 2012, Communication Sciences & Disorders
M.S. The University of Mississippi, 2002, Speech-Language Pathology
B.A. The University of Alabama, 2000, Communicative Disorders
700 University Boulevard East
Tuscaloosa, AL 35487-0242
- Effects and use of thickened fluids in pediatric populations
- Intrinsic properties of thickened fluids
- Development of feeding and swallowing skills in infants and children
- Diagnosis and management of dysphagia in pediatric populations
Suiter, D.M., Gosa, M.M., & Leder, S. Intra-Oral Dwell Time Results in Increased Bolus Temperature and Decreased Bolus Viscosity for Thickened Liquids. Topics in Clinical Nutrition (TICN). In press for publication Winter 2013.
Tutor, J.D., & Gosa, M.M. (2012). Dysphagia and aspiration in children. Pediatric Pumonology, 47(4), 321-327.
Gosa M.M., Schooling T., & Coleman J. (2011). Thickened liquids as a treatment for children with dysphagia and associated adverse effects: A systematic review. Infant Child and Adolescent Nutrition. Published Online First: 5 May 2011. doi: 10.1177/1941406411407664
Tutor, J, Srinivasan S, Gosa M, Culbreath B, Mallory L, Redd L, Jones M, Curry R, Davis, Christensen M, Schoumacher R, & Stokes D. Pulmonary functions in infants with chronic aspiration. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 2010;181:A6229.