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Callier Prize in Communication Disorders

The Callier Prize in Communication Disorders is a biennial award from the UT Dallas Callier Center for Communication Disorders.

The Callier Prize recognizes individuals from around the world for their leadership in fostering scientific advances and significant developments in the diagnosis and treatment of communication disorders.

The award, which rotates among the fields of audiology and speech-language pathology, includes a $10,000 prize. The recipient receives the award at the Callier Cares Luncheon sponsored by the Foundation for the Callier Center. The recipient also presents at a special one-day Callier Prize Conference, part of the Bruton Conference Series which is made possible through a generous gift from the David J. Bruton Jr. Charitable Trust.

 Callier Prize

2015 Recipient
Dr. Laurence B. Leonard
Rachel E. Stark Distinguished Professor
Department of Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences
Purdue University
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2013 Recipient
Dr. Harvey Dillon
Director of Research at National Acoustic Laboratories (NAL)
Sydney, Australia
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2011 Recipient
Dr. J. Bruce Tomblin
Spriestersbach Distinguished Professor of Liberal Arts and Sciences
University of Iowa
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2009 Recipient
Dr. Hugh J. McDermott
Professor of Auditory Communication and Signal Processing
The University of Melbourne
Victoria, Australia