Waisman Center, Room 465
Phoebe Natzke received her Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2010. As a graduate student, Phoebe worked in multiple lab settings including Dr. Hustad’s Wisconsin Intelligibility, Speech, Communication (WISC) Lab. Since that time, Phoebe has completed additional graduate work and work clinically in sub-acute care and across K-12 educational and vocational training environments. Phoebe’s research interests include speech intelligibility and language development in children, and the impact of speech intelligibility on participation across environments. As a mother of 2, Phoebe has also become interested in learning more about family factors that influence communication development and access for school/recreational opportunities for children with disabilities.