Louise Pinkerton, M.M., M.A., CCC-SLP

Clinical Assistant Professor
Biography

Louise Pinkerton CV

Clinical focus
Louise Pinkerton is a performance voice specialist who coordinates clinical voice services in the training clinic and supervises graduate student clinicians on the voice team. She earned vocal performance degrees from Indiana University Jacob School of Music and the University of North Dakota, and a master's degree in speech-language pathology from the University of Iowa.  Louise also has a certificate in vocology from the University of Utah and the National Center for Voice and Speech. Her professional and research interests include voice and upper airway disorders across the lifespan, singing and performance voice, gender affirming/transgender services, the voice and Parkinson’s Disease, and voice perception and training perceptual skills for rating voices. She is a soprano with opera and musical theatre experience and has training in vocal pedagogy for classical and contemporary commercial music (CCM) singing. Louise is certified in SPEAK OUT! and LOUD Crowd, and LSVT LOUD for adult and pediatric clients. 

Courses taught

  • CSD 5301 Practicum in Speech-Language Pathology

Selected publications / presentations

  • American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention. (2021). Virtual lecture. The Pandemic's Lasting Impacts on Our Clinical Training Program. ASHA, Washington, D.C. Peer-Reviewed. Presenters/Authors: Stacy Booker, Jennifer DiVita, Anne Wallace, Non-presenting Authors: Krista Davidson, A. Louise Pinkerton, Anu Subramanian
  • Pan American Vocology Association Symposium, lecture. (2017). The Influence of Motor Production Experience on Voice Perception, PAVA, Toronto, ON, Canada. Peer-Reviewed. Presenters/Authors: A. Louise Pinkerton
  • Pan American Vocology Association Symposium, lecture. (2017). Cross Training the Collegiate Singer: Two Models, PAVA, Toronto, ON, Canada. Peer-Reviewed. Presenters/Authors: A. Louise Pinkerton
  • International Voice Symposium, poster. (2016). The Influence of Motor Production Experience on Voice Perception. Voice Foundation, Philadelphia, PA. Peer-Reviewed. Presenters/Authors: A. Louise Pinkerton
     

Electronic Publications

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Address

120-F Wendell Johnson Speech & Hearing Center (SHC)
Iowa City, IA 52242
United States