Maria I. Grigos
Associate Professor; Director of the MS Program
Maria Grigos is an Associate Professor in the Department of Communicative Sciences and Disorders at New York University. Her scholarly work focuses on the development of speech motor control in children, with a specific emphasis on motor and language interactions. Dr. Grigos directs the Motor Speech Laboratory at New York University. Work in the lab combines kinematic, acoustic and perceptual analyses to examine speech motor and linguistic processes in children. Current projects include the study of articulatory control in children with phonological disorders and childhood apraxia of speech, the relationship between increasing phonological complexity and articulatory control, and the impact of therapeutic intervention on speech motor skills. Dr. Grigos holds ASHA clinical certification and is licensed in speech-language pathology in New York State.