Bridget MacLeod is a speech-language pathologist in the Voice and Speech Laboratory at Mass. Eye and Ear. She earned her master's degree in communication sciences and disorders from Emerson College after completing her bachelor's at Villanova University.
Ms. MacLeod has clinical experience in outpatient care, sub-acute rehabilitation, and school-based settings treating a wide variety of patients and students, including post laryngectomy, cognitive-linguistic deficits, dysphagia, language delay and deficits, executive function disorders, and stuttering. Aside from treating a variety of voice disorders, her clinical interests also include stuttering, chronic/habit cough, laryngectomy rehabilitation including electrolarynx training, tracheoesophageal prosthesis management, and maximizing pulmonary function.