Dr. Cara Donohue wins awards at Dysphagia Research Society

Cara Donohue

Dr. Cara Donohue, a post doctoral fellow under the mentorship of Emily Plowman was awarded both the Dysphagia Research Society (DRS) New Investigator Award and the Sumiko Okada Scholarship. The DRS new investigator award is presented to current or recent trainees in the field that demonstrate High potential to develop an independent line of research and an ability to significantly contribute to the profession in innovative and meaningful ways.  The Sumiko Okada Scholarship is awarded to promising early stage research investigators to provide them with the opportunity to present their research findings at the Japanese society of dysphagia rehabilitation conference.