First Posted: 3/18/2012
Cari Tellis, Ph.D., CCC/SLP, of Dallas Township, associate professor of speech-language pathology at Misericordia University, has been awarded tenure.
Tellis joined the Misericordia faculty in 2006. She has authored and co-authored numerous presentations in voice at international, national and state conferences, as well as presented at the American Laryngological Association’s national conference.
She has published her research in the Annals of Otolaryngology, the Journal of Voice, and The Laryngoscope.
Dr. Tellis is a licensed and certified speech-language pathologist and has 12 years of clinical experience in voice therapy.
She graduated magna cum laude from the Penn State University Schreyer Honor’s College with a bachelor’s degree in communication disorders. She earned her Master of Science and doctoral degrees in speech-language pathology at the University of Pittsburgh.
She completed her training as a voice specialist at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Voice Center and currently serves as a voice consultant for several professional voice groups including the Performing Arts Institute at Wyoming Seminary.