- Mayo Clinic – Rochester, Post-doctoral training
- University of Pittsburgh, Ph.D.
- Hofstra University, BA, MA
Areas of Specialization
- Adult Neurogenic Communication Disorders
- Motor Speech Disorders
Achievements Past 5 Years
Duffy, J. R., Fossett, T. R. D., Thomas, J. E., & Stierwalt, J. A. G. (2018). Care for people with aphasia and related neurogenic communication disorders in acute hospital settings. In L. L. LaPointe & J. A. G. Stierwalt, (Eds.), Aphasia and related neurogenic communication disorders (5th edition). NY: Thieme Medical Publishers, Inc.
- 2018 Advancing Academic-Researcher Careers Award (AARC), American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA)
About Dr. Fossett
Tepanta Fossett is an assistant professor in the department of Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences. She teaches courses in both the undergraduate and graduate programs. Her primary area of interest is adult neurological communication disorders with a specific interest in aphasia and apraxia of speech. Her research focus is on assessment in aphasia. Dr. Fossett received her doctorate degree from the University of Pittsburgh and completed a post-doctoral clinical fellowship in the Division of Speech-Pathology in the Department of Neurology at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN.