Carly Hosbach

Assistant Professor, Speech Language Pathology and Audiology
School: School of Health Sciences and Human Performance

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Active Research Projects

  • Assessment of Voice Characteristics within the Non-Binary Transgender Population: A Pilot Study
    • Student Researcher: Alana Zendano, B.S.
  • Breathiness and the Perception of Femininity in the Male-to-Female Transgender Voice: A pilot study
    • Student Researcher: Chasse Guerrera, M.S.
  • Self-report of "Voice Model" Usage within the Non-Binary Population
    • Student Researcher: Kallie Miholics, B.S. 
  • Sonographic Assessment of Hyoid Elevation and Suprahyoid Muscle Contraction During Four Controlled Protocols

Publications

1. Hosbach-Cannon, CJ, Lowell, S, Colton, R, Kelley, R, & Boa, X. (2020) Assessment of Tongue Position and Laryngeal Height in Two Professional Voice Populations. Journal of Speech-Language and Hearing Research, 63 (1): 109-124

2. Lowell, SY, Kelley, RT, Monahan, M, Hosbach-Cannon, CJ, Colton, RH & Mihaila, D. (2019). The Effect of Octanoic Acid on Essential Voice Tremor: A Double-Blind, Placebo Controlled Study. Laryngoscope, 129 (8): 1882-1890

3. Lowell, SY, Kelley, RT, Busekroos, L, Voleti, RV, Hosbach-Cannon, CJ, Colton, RH, Mihaila, D (2017). The Effect of Anchors on Reliability of Endoscopic Tremor Ratings. Laryngoscope, 127(2), 411-416.

4. Hosbach-Cannon, C, Lowell, S, Kelley, & Colton, R (2016). A Preliminary Quantitative Comparison of Vibratory Amplitude Using Rigid and Flexible Stroboscopic Assessment. Journal of Voice.

Invited Presentations

  • Hosbach-Cannon, CJ & Callahan, A (November 2020 November). 20038, Resources and Strategies for Teaching Anatomy & Physiology: Computers, Cadavers, and Everything In-Between. Annual Convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, San Diego, CA (Convention canceled)

Peer-Reviewed and Professional Presentations

1. Zendano, A & Hosbach-Cannon, CJ (November 2020) Assessment of Voice Characteristics within the Non-Binary Transgender Population: A Pilot Study. Poster Presentation, Annual Convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, San Diego, CA (Convention canceled)

2. Guerrera, CM & Hosbach-Cannon, CJ (November 2020) Breathiness and the Perception of Femininity in the Male-to-Female Transgender Voice: A pilot study. Poster Presentation, Annual Convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, San Diego, CA (Convention canceled)

3. Hosbach-Cannon, CJ & Guerrera, CM (October 2019) Sonographic Assessment of Hyoid Elevation and Suprahyoid Muscle Contraction During 4 Controlled Protocols. Poster Presentation, 2019 Fall Voice Conference, Dallas, TX.

4. Guerrera, CM & Hosbach-Cannon, CJ (October 2019) Breathiness as a Factor of Contact Quotient in the Perception of Femininity in the Male-to-Female Transgender Voice. Poster Presentation, 2019 Fall Voice Conference, Dallas, TX.

5. Hosbach-Cannon, CJ, Lowell, S, Colton, R, Kelley, R, & Boa, X. (May 2018) Assessment of Tongue Position and Laryngeal Height in Two Professional Voice Populations. Poster Presentation, 2018 Voice Foundation’s Annual Symposium for Care of the Professional Voice, Philadelphia, PA.

6. Lowell, S, Kelley, R, Busekroos, L, Voleti, R, Hosbach-Cannon, C, & Colton, R (May 2015). Effect of Training on Visual-Perceptual Nasolaryngoscopy Ratings of Tremor Panel presentation. Oral platform presentation, 2015 Voice Foundation’s Annual Symposium for Care of the Professional Voice, Philadelphia, PA.

7. Hosbach-Cannon, C, Lowell, S, Kelley, R, Colton, R, & Garrison, H (May, 2014). Amplitude of Vibration in Normal Speakers: A preliminary quantitative analysis. Poster presentation, 2014 Voice Foundation’s Annual Symposium for Care of the Professional Voice, Philadelphia, PA

8. Hosbach, C, & Tellis, C (April, 2009) What Constitutes Authority in the Voice? A Focus Group Perspective. Poster Presentation of Master’s Thesis, 2009 Pennsylvania Speech and Hearing Association Convention, King of Prussia, PA.

9. Hosbach, C, & Tellis, C (January, 2009). What Constitutes Authority in the Voice? A Focus Group Perspective.Poster Presentation of Master’s Thesis, 2009 Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities, Honolulu, HI.