Ph.D. in Speech and Hearing Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
M.Sc. in Psychology, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
B.Sc. in Marine Biology, minor: Mathematics, Hawaii Pacific University
Stuttering, neurodevelopment, bilingualism
Ai Leen Choo is an assistant professor in the Department of Communications Sciences and Disorders. Her research is focused on understanding the development of children who stutter including bilinguals, and utility of brain-based treatment in stuttering.
Chang, S-E., Angstadt, M., Chow, H. M., Etchell, A., Garnett, E., Choo, A. L., Kessler, D., Welsh, R., & Sripada, C. (2017). “Anomalous network architecture of the resting brain in children who stutter.” Journal of Fluency Disorder, 55, 46-67.
Choo, A. L., Burnham, E., Hicks, K., & Chang, S-E. (2016). “Dissociations among linguistic, cognitive, and auditory-motor neuroanatomical domains in children who stutter.” Journal of Communication Disorders, 61, 29-47.
Chang, S-E., Zhu, D., Choo, A. L., & Angstadt, M. (2015). “White matter neuroanatomical differences in young children who stutter”. Brain, 138, 694-711.
Choo, A. L., Loucks, T. M., Chang, S-E., Ambrose, N. G., & Zengin, H. (2012). “Corpus callosum morphology in children who stutter”. Journal of Communication Disorders, 45(4), 279-89.
Choo, A. L., Kraft, S. J., Loucks, T. M., Ambrose, N. G., Sharma, H., Olivero, W., Chang, S-E., & Loucks, T. M. (2011). “Corpus callosum differences associated with persistent stuttering in adults.” Journal of Communication Disorders, 44(4), 470-477.