Vrushali Angadi, M.S., CCC-SLP
Voice and Swallow Clinic
Vrushali received her Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in
Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology from the University of Mumbai,
India. She completed a Research fellowship at the Tata Memorial Hospital in
Mumbai, India with a focus on alaryngeal voice and speech rehabilitation.
She is currently pursuing a doctoral degree in Rehabilitation sciences at
the University of Kentucky and is a Clinical Doctoral Fellow in the UK Voice
and swallow clinic.
Clinical Focus: Vrushali’s duties mainly include
management of voice, swallowing and upper airway disorders in the University
of Kentucky voice and swallow clinic.
Academic interests: Vrushali provides clinical
supervision for graduate students completing rotations in the UK Voice and
swallow clinic. She also assists Dr. Joseph Stemple in teaching the graduate
class in Voice Disorders. In addition, she also provides lectures to the
Otolaryngology residents at the University of Kentucky on diagnosis and
management of laryngeal pathologies as well as alaryngeal voice
Research interests: Vrushali’s main research
focus is evidence based post treatment voice and swallowing rehabilitation
in the head and neck cancer population. She is presently
working on her doctoral dissertation which is investigating the efficacy of
voice therapy in post radiation patients.
Angadi, V., & Stemple, J. (2012). New Frontiers
and Emerging Technologies in Comprehensive Voice Care. Perspectives
on Voice and Voice Disorders, 22(2),