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Dr. Malandraki has developed the world's first Dysphagia Research Clinic (DRC) in a university setting. Since its establishment, the DRC has helped numerous patients using principles of evidence-based practice. In addition, the DRC has allowed Dr. Malandraki and her staff to collect data which will inform diagnostic and treatment protocols in order to help current and future patients.
The Dysphagia Research Clinic (DRC) was established by Dr. Malandraki in order to serve patients with swallowing disorders. One of her patients has greatly benefitted from DRC services. Additionally, Dr. Malandraki also leads the Swallowing, Voice and Neuroimaging Laboratory and collects data samples from patients in order to benefit current and future patients.  Click here to Read More.

Published Tuesday, Apr. 2, 2013

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Eating Smarter

The Dysphagia Research Clinic (DRC) was established by Dr. Malandraki in order to serve patients with swallowing disorders. One of her patients has greatly benefitted from DRC services. Additionally, Dr. Malandraki also leads the Swallowing, Voice and Neuroimaging Laboratory and collects data samples from patients in order to benefit current and future patients.  Click here to Read More.
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