Giselle D. Carnaby, Ph.D., SLP/ CCC, FASHA
Co-Director Swallowing Research Laboratory
Director of PhD in Public Health at the University of Florida
Giselle Carnaby, MPH, PhD, SLP/ CCC, FASHA is an Associate Professor in Behavioral Science and Community Health, and Co-Director of the University of Florida Swallowing Research Laboratory. She is the Director of the PhD in Public Health at the University of Florida. Her research focus lies in the rehabilitation of swallowing disorders in head, neck, cancer and stroke. She specializes in research epidemiology and biostatistics, and has worked extensively in neurology and dysphagia research. Dr. Carnaby is the author of the “Mann assessment of swallowing” and a lifetime research scholar of the American Cancer Society. She was recently awarded ASHA’s highest honor, ASHA Fellow, in 2012.