Emily Adler Mosqueda

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Clinical Assistant Professor
Communication Disorders and Sciences
Phone: 541-517-0053
Office: 276 HEDCO Education Bldg.

Biography

Ms. Adler Mosqueda (she/hers/ella) is a bilingual and bicultural Speech-Language Pathologist specializing in Spanish-speaking pediatric communication disorders. As an Oregon Board Certified and American Speech and Language and Hearing Association (ASHA) clinician, she began her career working for the early intervention and early childhood special education agency Early Childhood CARES in Lane County, Oregon. In this capacity she conducted bilingual speech and language assessments and intervention to primarily Spanish-speaking children and their families ages birth to five years old. Currently, she is the lead clinician of the Young Child Center specialty clinical rotation in Communication Disorders and Sciences graduate speech-language pathology program.

Education

MS, 2009, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR

Major: Communication Disorders and Sciences

BA, 2007, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR

Major: Communication Disorders and Sciences

Research

Ms. Adler Mosqueda's research interests include dual language (Spanish-English) learners and culturally responsive interventions, as well as caregiver/perinatal mental health advocacy and professional education.