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Roger C. Nuss, MD FACS
Dr.Nuss is an Associate in Otolaryngology and the Director of the Pediatric Voice and Velopharyngeal Dysfunction Center at Boston Children's Hospital. He is also an Assistant Professor of Otology and Laryngology at Harvard Medical School. He has served as an expert in an ASHA web forum on Pediatric Voice Disorders, and has published numerous papers related to vocal fold nodules and voice disorders.

Disclosures
Financial: Dr Nuss is an employee of Boston Children's Hospital and receives a salary.
Non Financial: Dr Nuss has no non-financial relationships to disclose.
Anne Hseu, MD
Dr.Hseu is an Associate in Otolaryngology at Boston Children's Hospital, and a Clinical Instructor of Otology and Laryngology at Harvard Medical School. She takes part in the Pediatric Voice and Velopharyngeal Dysfunction Clinic at Boston Children's Hospital. She is dual fellowship trained in pediatric otolaryngology and laryngology.

Disclosures
Financial: Dr Hseu is an employee of Boston Children's Hospital and receives a salary.
Non Financial: Dr Hseu has no non-financial relationships to disclose.
Geralyn Harvey Woodnorth, MA, CCC-SLP
Ms. Woodnorth is Director of the Speech-Language Pathology Program at Children's Hospital Boston. She specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of pediatric voice disorders. She served as an expert for the ASHA web forum on Pediatric Voice Disorders and has published papers related to vocal fold nodules and voice disorders with medically fragile children.

Disclosures
Financial: Ms Woodnorth is an employee of Boston Children's Hospital and receives a salary.
Non Financial: Ms Woodnorth has no non-financial relationships to disclose.
Roseanne Clark, MS, CCC-SLP
Ms. Clark is a speech-language pathologist at Boston Children's Hospital. She conducts voice and resonance evaluations within the Voice and Velopharyngeal Dysfunction Clinics and the Cleft Lip and Palate Program, and provides voice therapy for children and adolescents with diagnosed voice disorders. Ms. Clark has a background in theatre and music, and has a particular clinical interest in young performing artists with voice difficulties.

Disclosures
Financial: Ms Clark is an employee of Boston Children's Hospital and receives a salary.
Non Financial: Ms Clark has no non-financial relationships to disclose.
Liza K. Catallozzi, MS CCC-SLP
Ms.Catallozzi is a speech-language pathologist at Boston Children's Hospital,where her primary responsibility involves assessment and intervention for children who have voice and resonance disorders. She participates in the pediatric Voice and Velopharyngeal Dysfunction Clinic, as well as the Cleft Palate and Craniofacial Team.

Disclosures
Financial: Ms Catallozzi is an employee of Boston Children's Hospital and receives a salary.
Non Financial: Ms Catallozzi has no non-financial relationships to disclose.
Karen Thompson, BM, MA, CCC-SLP
Ms. Thompson is a speech-language pathologist at Boston Children's Hospital. She conducts evaluations in the Voice and Velopharyngeal Dysfunction Clinics and the Cleft Lip and Palate Program, and she provides voice therapy for patients with voice disorders. Ms. Thompson's background includes training in music and the singing voice, giving her an interest in working with young musicians in voice therapy.

Disclosures
Financial: Ms Thompson is an employee of Boston Children's Hospital and receives a salary.
Non Financial: Ms Thompson has no non-financial relationships to disclose.