Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology
Redfield Building/Mail Stop 0152
Reno, NV 89557-0152
(775) 784-4095 (fax)
Education, Research and Clinical Interests
Dr. Brancamp received her bachelor’ degree from San Francisco State University and her master’s and Ph.D. from the University of Nevada, Reno. Her areas of interest include aphasia, motor speech, dysphagia, augmentative & alternative communication (AAC), assistive technology (AT), aging, and craniofacial anomalies.
Dr. Brancamp collaborates with the Nevada University Center for Excellence in Disabilities (NV UCED) in the areas of aging with disability and assistive technology across the lifespan. She is an associate member in the Academy of Neurologic Communication Disorders and Sciences (ANCDS) as well as the Regional Representative for National Aphasia Association. She was appointed to the statewide Nevada Assistive Technology Council and to the Reno Access Advisory Council (RAAC). In addition, she is a consortium member of the Nevada Special Education Technology Assistance Project (NSETAP).
Von Berg, S. & Brancamp, T. (2007). Moebius Syndrome: Measures of Listener Comprehensibility vs. Intelligibility. The Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Journal.
Watterson, T., Lewis, K., & Brancamp, T. (2005). Comparison of Nasalance Scores Obtained on the Nasometer 6200 and the Nasometer II 6400. The Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Journal.
Brancamp, T. (2008) Introduction to Assistive Technology for Physical Therapy Graduate Students. University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Las Vegas, NV.
Brancamp, T. (2007) Assistive Technology for Traumatic Brain Injury: An Introduction. Nevada’s Traumatic Brain Injury Conference, Las Vegas, NV.
Brancamp, T. (2007) Assistive Technology and the Neuro Patient. Renown Institute for Neurosciences, Neurosciences Symposium for Physicians, Nurses and Allied Health Care Professionals, Reno, NV - May 2007.
Von Berg, S. & Brancamp, T. (2005). Moebius Syndrome: Measures of Listener Comprehensibility vs. Intelligibility. Technical presentation at American Speech Language Hearing Association.
Brancamp, T. & Katz, P. (2005) Aphasia vs. Confusion: Which is it? Neuroscience Symposium – Washoe Health System.
Watterson, T., Lewis, K. & Brancamp, T. (2004). Comparison of the Nasometer 6200 and 6400. Poster presented at . American Speech Language Hearing Association.
Brancamp, T. & Watterson, T. (2003). Hypopharyngeal stenosis in Behçet’s Disease: A ten-year case study. Poster presented at American Speech Language Hearing Association.
Watterson, T. & Brancamp, T. (2003) Laryngoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing, Voice and Velopharyngeal Function Disorders. A two-day professional conference presented at Lackland Airforce Base 59th Medical Wing, Department of the Air Force, San Antonio, TX.
Brancamp, T. (2001) Pediatric Head Injury. Presentation delivered at the Critical Care for Kids continuing education conference for physicians, nurses, respiratory care practitioners, physical therapists, occupational therapists and speech-language pathologists, Reno, NV.