Erin O’Brien Wilson, MA, CCC-SLP, BCS-F

Clinical Assistant Professor

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Office: 86 Biomedical Education Building
Phone: 716.829.5530


Education / Training:

MA, Communication Sciences, Speech-Language Pathology, University of Connecticut
BA, Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of New Hampshire


New York State Licensed Speech-Language Pathologist, 2015-present
Board Certified Specialist in Fluency and Fluency Disorders, BCS-F, 2018-present
CT Dept. of Public Health, licensed Speech-Language Pathologist from CT Dept. of Education, 2010-2015
Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association


Employment / Professional Experience:

Speech-Language Pathologist, Clinical Supervisor/ Clinical Assistant Professor, University at Buffalo Speech-Language and Hearing Clinic, Buffalo, NY, 2016-present

Speech-Language Pathologist, Clinical Supervisor, University of Connecticut, Speech & Hearing Clinic, Storrs, CT, 2011-2015

Speech-Language Pathologist, Adjunct Faculty, University of Connecticut, Speech Language & Hearing Sciences Dept., Storrs, CT, 2013-1015

Speech-Language Pathologist, Easter Seals Capitol Region & Eastern CT, Windsor, CT, 2012-2015
Speech-Language Pathologist, Day Kimball Hospital, Putnam, CT, 2009-2011


Professional Honors/ Advisory and Editorial Boards:

Kenneth T. Gist Promising Professional Award, CT Speech & Hearing Foundation, 2009
CT State Department of Education bilingual/bicultural scholarship, 2007


Research and Creative Activities:

Wilson, Erin O'Brien, and Tammie J. Spaulding. (2010). Effects of noise and speech intelligibility on listener comprehension and processing time of Korean-accented English. Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research Vol. 53, 1543-1554.

Wilson, Erin O’Brien, and Tammie J. Spaulding. (2009). The Effects of Noise and Proficiency on Intelligibility and Processing Time for Korean-Accented English. Poster presented at ASHA Annual Conference.



CDS 482/522: Diagnostic Methods 

CDS 595/596: Practicum: Speech & Language

CDS 151: Guest Lecturer

CDS 640: Motor speech Disorders: Fluency Disorders component

SLHS 5335: Fluency Disorders-University of Connecticut, Fall 2013, Fall 2014



NSSLHA Chapter Advisor, 2016-present

SASH, NSSLHA Faculty Liason, 2016-present

United States Peace Corps: Health, Hygiene and Sanitation Extensionist, Imin’Tlit, Morocco, 2004-2006