CURRICULUM VITAE – AARON J. LOW, M.Sc, SLP-CCC


CREDENTIALS

  • Owner of The Voice Clinic
  • Speech & Language Pathologist
  • Guest Lecturer: Master’s Vocal Pedagogy Class – Excavation of the Singing Voice University of Toronto. (2012 – present)

RESEARCH

GLEE (Global Laryngeal Efficiency Evaluation): A prospective study to measure vocal health and athleticism of singing students.  Aaron J. Low MS, SLP-CCC, Alexander J. Osborn MD, PhD, Paolo Campisi MD, and Darryl Edwards DMA. (in progress – self-funded)

The effects of circumlaryngeal manipulation vs. vocal warm-ups on acoustic parameters of trained singers. Aaron J. Low MS, CCC-SLP, Alexander J. Osborn MD, PhD, Paolo Campisi MD, and Darryl Edwards DMA. (proposed – seeking funding)

The effects of circumlaryngeal manipulation on vibrato tremor rate and pitch deviation of classically-trained singers.  Aaron J. Low MS, CCC-SLP, Alexander J. Osborn MD, PhD, Paolo Campisi MD, and Darryl Edwards DMA. (proposed – seeking funding)

PUBLICATIONS

Effect of cochlear implantation on nasality in children. (Nguyen LH, Allegro J, Low A, Papsin B, Campisi P) Ear Nose & Throat Journal: 2008 Mar: 87(3): 138, 140-3

Multidimensional voice program analysis in profoundly deaf children: quantifying frequency and amplitude control. (Campisi P, Low AJ, Papsin BC, Mount RJ, Harrison RV) Perceptual & Motor Skills: 2006 Aug: 103(1): 40-50

Acoustic analysis of the voice in pediatric cochlear implant recipients: a longitudinal study. (Campisi P, Low A, Papsin B, Mount R, Cohen-Kerem R, Harrison R) Laryngoscope: 2005 Jun: 115(6): 1046-50

Abstract: Profiling laryngeal tension and voice acoustics in the setting of laryngeal trauma: The role of behavioural intervention (A. Low, P. Campisi, B. Papsin, 2003)

Abstract: Longitudinal Case Study: Profiling vocal tension, mucosal and acoustic characteristics with applied behavioural intervention. Hyperfunctional voice disorders secondary to laryngeal trauma (A. Low, P. Campisi, B. Papsin, 2003)

Thesis: Selected tasks assessing oral-motor function in toddlers with phonological delays (A. Low, 1999)