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About Lincoln C Gray

Positions

Present Professor, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, James Madison University
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Honors and Awards

  • College of Integrated Science and Technology, Madison Scholar Award (prize and special lecture), 2011.
  • Collaborative Spirit Award, 2010, JMU-Rockingham Memorial Hospital Collaborative, for ‘Gender differences in Heart Failure – Retrospective Research’
  • Madison Research Fellow, James Madison University, 2009-2010. Member of inaugural cohort.
  • Gray. L. Vulnerable listeners are abnormally distracted by unpredictable backgrounds and details. 2 hour Keynote Presentation. 39th MidSouth Conference on Communication Disorders, Memphis, TN, 2009.
  • Madison Teaching Fellow, James Madison University 2007-2008.
  • Invited “Distinguished Visiting Researcher”, University of Auckland, NZ, 2006.
  • Invited “Distinguished Visiting Faculty”, 30th Annual Fitz-Hugh Symposium, Otolaryngology, University of Virginia Health System, June 2006.
  • Senior Fulbright Fellow 1997-1998: Research on patterns of cancer in Asia and Africa.
  • Nominated for "Most Memorable Lecture" by medical-school class
  • Invited “Head and Neck Trust Lecture”, Royal College of Surgeons, Auckland, New Zealand, 1999
  • One of 3 Ph.D. faculty selected for salary support under the inaugural Educational Scholars Fellowship Program 2002-5 (approved for 2005-08). One of two University of Texas faculty selected for 1st Master-Teacher Fellowship, in collaboration with Baylor College of Medicine, 2000-2001.

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