Lilian Felipe

Assistant Professor
Office: Speech and Hearing Building, Room 120-M
Phone: 409-880-7900
Email: lfelipe@lamar.edu

Education

  • Post Doctor of Philosophy, Otoneurology Maastricht University, The Netherlands, 2015
  • Doctor of Philosophy, Health Sciences, Minas Gerais Federal University, Brazil, 2011
  • M.S. in Health Sciences, Minas Gerais Federal University, Brazil, 2006
  • B.S. in Communication Sciences & Disorders, Minas Gerais Federal University, Brazil, 2004

Courses Taught at Lamar

Cochlear Implants
Vestibular Assessment and Management
Electrophysiology
Medical Audiology
Hearing Anatomy, Physiology, and Disorders
Acoustics and Psychoacoustics
Auditory Processing Disorders
Problems and Projects
Study Abroad: Geriatric Syndromes: A Multidisciplinary Intervention

Grants

Awarded:

  • 2019 Innovation & Excellence Award: Teaching Category. Friends of the Arts, College of Fine Arts and Communications, Lamar University
  • 2019 Innovation Grant. Center for Innovation, Commercialization & Entrepreneurship (CICE) - Lamar University  $4,300
  • 2019 Summer Research Award - Lamar University
  • 2019 Summer Travel Award - Lamar University

Submitted, waiting on decision:

  • Proposal Collaborator – MRI: Acquisition of a functional near infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) system to enhance research and education at Lamar University submitted to National Science Foundation for $384,920
  •  Research Enhancement Grant Proposal Lamar University 2019, $5,000

Research

Research collaborations: Engineering Department, Dr. Gleb Tcheslavski (Lamar University), Dr. Herman Kingman (Maastricht University in Netherlands), and Dr. Roberto Lourenço (Rio de Janeiro University in Brazil).

I hold a wide range of research interests, primarily focusing on rehabilitative vestibular healthcare. These interests form five main subject areas: (1) vestibular rehabilitation in elderly populations, (2) protocols in electrophysiology measures, (3) biopsychosocial approach to balance care, (4) undergraduate/graduate training/curriculum in vestibular disorders, and (5) clinical applications of vestibular rehabilitation.

Service

  • Collaborator for Global Audiology (ePlatform - globalaudiology.org) and South America Representative since 2016.
  • Member of Recruitment Committee at Lamar University
  • Member of Gruber Committee at Lamar University
  • Chair of the Audiology Event Committee at Lamar University
  • Member of CoFAC Council Committee
  • Board Member and Social Media Coordinator at South East Texas Speech & Hearing Association (SETSHA)
  • Member Interdisciplinary Curriculum Committee
  • Editorial Board Member
  • Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology Journal of Otolaryngology-ENT Research
  • Global Journal of Otolaryngology
  • Journal Reviewer:
    • Audiology - Communication Research (ACR) Journal of Otolaryngology-ENT Research Otolaryngology Open Access Journal (OOAJ) Revista CEFAC (Online)
    • The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
    • Journal of Current Medical Research and Opinion Medical
    • Journal of Clinical Trials & Case Studies
    • Comite Editorial Internacional de La Revista Terapeutica de la Universidad Santa Paula
  • Book Reviewer: Plural Publishing