Angela Burda, Ph.D., CCC-SLP

Ph.D., Wichita State University
M.A., University of MN-Duluth
B.A., University of MN-Duluth
Research Interests: 

Cognitive-communicative abilities in middle-aged and older adults, perception of accented speech

Courses Taught: 

Motor Speech Disorders
Acquired Cognitive Disorders
Medical Speech-Language Pathology
Degenerative Disorders
Aging and Accent Modification


Burda, A., Baker, K., Burns, A., Butler, C., Clark, L., Cook, W., Drury, H., Dunham, K., Flatness, J., Goettsch, K., Johnson, M., Laudick, A.,  Lowe, J., Roesler, J., Rohde, J., Sorenson, E., & Young, M. (2014). Performance of young and middle-aged adults on cognitive tests. Journal of Medical Speech-Language-Pathology, 21, 393-404.

Burda, A., Hughes, S., Dutta, M., Foltz, Z., & Sexe, J. (2013). Semantic feature analysis application for aphasia therapy. [Abstract]. Canadian Journal of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology, 37, 79.

Burda, A. (2010). Communication and swallowing changes in healthy aging adults. Sudbury, MA: Jones & Bartlett Learning.

Name That! Co-developer of app that uses Semantic Feature Analysis to address naming in persons with aphasia. Co-developers: Burda, A., Hughes, S., Dutta, M., Fischer, B., Foltz, Z., & Sexe, J.

Phone Number: 
(319) 273-3128
Email Address: 
CAC 240