Division: Speech and Hearing Sciences

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Ms Lynne Bremner (MEd, BSc Hons) is a Lecturer in the Speech and Hearing Sciences Division.

I became a Speech and Language Therapist in 1996, working with both adults and children. After a brief spell working in New Zealand, I returned to a Paediatric Speech and Language Therapist post Edinburgh. I worked with children with complex communication disorders in the areas of diagnosis and intervention, in both clinical and education settings.  In 2005, I joined QMU as a research clinician working on projects in the area of communication between Allied Health Professional and and Education.  In 2007 I became a lecturer in Speech and Hearing Sciences.  My teaching interests are mainly in the area of social communication disorders and general principles of Speech and Language Therapy practice.  I continue to be a practicing clinician in the NHS specializing in the diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorders and related social communication disorders. 

Affiliations/Memberships to Other Organisations:

  • Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists
  • Member
  • 1996 to date
  • National status
  • Health and Care Professions Council
  • Member
  • 2000 to date
  • National status

My research interests include diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder and social communication disorder.

Active Research Interests:

  • Currently studying for PhD focused on Measuring ASD symptomatology in pre-school children in early years settings.

My primary teaching areas are general principles of Speech and Language Therapy practice, social communication disorders, including Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Program Leader:

Joint Program Leader for BSc Speech and Language Therapy