Areas of Treatment :
Voice Disorders/professional voice, neurogenics, stuttering, articulation,
Hospital Affiliation :
TIRR Memorial Hermann Hospital
Practice Name :
TIRR Memorial Hermann Hospital
Houston, 77030 United States
Practice Website :
Years in Practice :
Description of Practice :
I am interested in Voice and Voice disorders and specifically the occupational/professional/artistic voice. I am trained to help individuals who make a living out of their voice, make it stronger. I also enjoy working with patients who have different neurogenic deficits such as Parkinson's disease and I am trained in LSVT-Loud, the Interactive Metronome, and geriatrics. Further, I have knowledge in the areas of aphasia, apraxia, fluency, articulation, hearing impaired individuals, dyslexia, and language development. I work with all ages.
Papangelou, M.E. & Marquart, M. B. (November 2015).The Effects of postural positions on voice in a Locked-In-Syndrome: A case study. Upcoming poster presentation at the annual convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing-Association, Denver, Co, U.S.A.
Papangelou, M.E. Acoustic and Perceptual Analysis of bilingual Spanish-English speaking children. Ph.D. Dissertation available from ProQuest
Papangelou, M.E. & Kent, R. (November 2003). Acoustic comparison of Greek and American-English Vowels. Poster presented at the annual convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Atlanta, G.A., U.S.A.
Papangelou, M.E., Roy, N., Ryker, S. K., & Bless, D.M. (June, 2001). Vocal Violence in actors: A study of physiological correlates. Paper presented at the thirtieth annual symposium: Care of the Professional Voice. Philadelphia, PA, U.S.A.
Papangelou, M.E. Trying to Communicate: Desperation leads to augmentative communication (1994): Presentation (long version) at the International Association for Augmentative and Alternative Communication (ISAAC), Maastricht, Netherlands�
Areas of Expertise :
Voice Disorders, Professional Voice
Year Graduated :
Board Certification :
Licensed in Texas
How do you try to make a difference in the lives of your patients?
By empowering them, making them feel that they are able to overcome their obstacles, by being passionate myself about their treatment, and by trying to provide ethical treatments. I also try to edu
Professional Society Memberships :
Houston Association of Communication Disorders, American Speech-Language Hearing Association
Honors and Awards :
- Inducted into the Golden Key International Honour Society (October 2007)
- Continuing Education Award, American Speech-Language Hearing Association, Five Consecutive Times
Teaching and Speaking :
I like to provide lectures to other professionals in the field of Speech-Language Voice pathology. I am the co-owner of M & M International CEUs, LLC (TherapyAces) and I provide continuing education courses.
Research Interests :
Occupational voice disorders, neurogenics, breathing in severly impaired individuals
Philanthropic Initiatives :
Provides treatment to people who cannot always afford to pay for their sessions. She has provided treatments at the Greek Hospital in Evangelismos, to individuals with cochlear implants for free.
Attributes Success To:
Education, hard work, and the ethics that her parents instilled in her; as well as having exceptional teachers.
Greek, French, German
Place of Birth :
Favorite Medical Journal :
Journal of Voice
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