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NYU Langone Provider

Stamatela Matina Balou, PhD

NYU Langone Provider
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Education and Training
  • PhD from University Of Arkansas, 2011

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Locations and Appointments

NYU Otolaryngology Associates

222 E 41st Street, 8th Fl
New York, NY 10017

Interests

dysphagia, deglutition, upper airway dysfunction, head and neck cancer

Research Summary

I am a clinically trained speech–language pathologist. The focus of my clinical work and research is on understanding, preventing, and treating swallowing disorders, also known as dysphagia. I use clinical research methods to improve swallowing ability and quality of life in patients whose swallowing function has changed as a result of medical conditions such as stroke, pulmonary disease, head or neck cancer, or spinal cord injury.

My current research goal is to develop treatment paradigms to improve upper airway dysfunction and swallowing efficiency in patients with head or neck cancer and patients with spinal cord injury.

In my research I use high-resolution manometry and videofluoroscopy to understand the pressure foundations of swallowing components in the healthy population, as well as head and neck cancer patients treated with chemoradiation.

Academic Contact

Academic office

240 East 38th Street

17th Floor

New York, NY 10016

Phone

646-501-7781

Fax

212-263-0113

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