Elisa Huff is an associate professor and director of the St. Ambrose University Master of Speech-Language Pathology Program.
Throughout her academic career she has continued to work in medical settings as a speech-language pathologist.
For the department, Huff has taught Phonetics, Articulation and Phonological Disorders, Neurology, Anatomy, and Physiology for SLPs, Speech and Hearing Science, Professional Issues, Fluency Disorders, Acquired Disorders of Language and Cognition, Motor Speech Disorders, Voice and Resonance Disorders, and Clinical Reasoning.
Her research and clinical interests include: literacy, fluency, aphasia, apraxia, and graduate speech-language pathology program development.
PhD, The University of Iowa
Master's, Bachelor's, Minnesota State University
She worked as an assistant professor at The University of Arkansas, Little Rock, Ark and at The University of South Dakota, Vermillion, S.D.