Doctor of Speech-Language Pathology, SLPD, Northwestern University, March 2022
Masters of Science, MS, New York University, Department of Communicative Sciences and Disorders, December 2012
Bachelors of Science, BS, SUNY New Paltz, Department of Communication Disorders May 2010
Dr. Panagiota Tampakis is a Lecturer and the Program Advisor in the Department of Biobehavioral Sciences in the Communication Sciences and Disorders Program. Clinical and teaching areas of interest include providing culturally responsive assessment and intervention for pediatric speech and language disorders, autism spectrum disorder, expressive-receptive language disorder, central auditory processing disorder, childhood apraxia of speech, ADD, ADHD, and reading and writing disorders. Panagiota has worked as a speech-language pathologist in the New York City Department of Education where she provided speech-language therapy in a high school setting.
Building 528- Room 950A
BBSQ 5115: Language Disorders in Children
BBSQ 5312: Diagnostic Methods-Prac-Spch-Lang Path