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Corinne Jones, Ph.D., CCC-SLP

Education

Ph.D., Neuroscience and Communication Sciences & Disorders
University of Wisconsin, Madison

About

Corinne Jones is an assistant professor of neurology at The University of Texas at Austin and a licensed and certified speech-language pathologist with UT Health Austin. Her research interests include motor control and motor learning of swallowing behaviors, innovative evaluation of swallowing disorders (dysphagia) and noninvasive neuromodulatory approaches to dysphagia rehabilitation. She has a Master of Science in speech-language pathology and a doctorate in neuroscience and communication sciences and disorders from the University of Wisconsin, Madison.

Jones received a joint doctorate in neuroscience and communication sciences and disorders from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, where she investigated changes to swallowing function in the early stages of Parkinson’s disease. She completed her clinical training at the University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics, with a specialized focus on evaluation and treatment of dysphagia. She is an expert in the use of pharyngeal high-resolution manometry for assessing pressures generated in the throat during swallowing and she brings her spirit of international collaboration to UT.

Professional Affiliations
  • Capital Area Parkinson's Society
    Board Member
Awards & Honors
  • Sumiko Okada International Fellow
    Dysphagia Research Society, 2017
  • New Investigator Award
    Dysphagia Research Society, 2016
  • Third Place Scientific Abstract
    Dysphagia Research Society, 2015
  • New Century Scholars Doctoral Scholarship
    American Speech-Language Hearing Association, 2014
  • First Place Scientific Abstract
    Dysphagia Research Society, 2012