PhD, RSLP, Clinical Professor Dept of Surgery; Audiology and Speech Sciences
University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Vocalizing with Ease, PVCRP
Linda Rammage is a Speech-Language Pathologist who has been practicing since 1979, primarily in the area of Voice and Laryngeal Dysfunction. She holds academic appointments through UBC’s Department of Surgery and School of Audiology and Speech Sciences and has been teaching, engaging in clinical research and publishing for over 30 years through the Faculty of Medicine at University of British Columbia and the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
She is co-author of 4 textbooks on voice dysfunction and care and has authored numerous textbook chapters and peer-reviewed papers. She has held positions as Chair of Speech-Language and Audiology (SAC) twice (current SAC chair), President of Speech and Hearing BC twice and was appointed First Chair of the regulatory College of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists, serving in this capacity from 2009-2014.
She has chaired numerous professional conferences focused on Voice Science, Voice Dysfunction and Voice Care. Dr. Rammage practices Speech-Language Pathology with exclusive focus on voice and laryngeal dysfunction, through Vancouver Coastal Health and in her private practice, in Vancouver, Canada.