Dr. Shivani Tiwari

Associate Professor

Department of Speech and Hearing

CURRENT ACADEMIC ROLE & RESPONSIBILITIES

    Shivani Tiwari is Associate Professor in Department of Speech and Hearing at MCHP, Manipal.

    Academic Responsibilities:

    • Internship Incharge
    • Asare and Asha Nilaya Special School Incharge
    • Teaching: Undergraduate / Post graduate
    • Clinical supervision & patient care
    • Guide: Conferences / Paper presentations / Dissertation / PhD

    Additional responsibility (To take charge in the event of leave by the main faculty):

    • Library 

SUBJECTS CURRENTLY TEACHING

Subject Subject code Semester
Speech and Language Processing SH 104 I MASLP
Speech Language Development and Disorders B 2.1 I BASLP, 2nd Semester

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

Degree Specialisation Institute Year of passing
PhD Speech and Hearing School of Allied Health Sciences, Manipal Academy of Higher Education, Manipal 2015
MSc Speech and Hearing All India Institute of Speech and Hearing, Mysore 2004
BSc Speech and Hearing All India Institute of Speech and Hearing, Mysore University, Mysore 2002

Experience

Institution / Organisation Designation Role Tenure
Manipal Academy of Higher Education Associate Professor 2005-Till date
All India Institute of Speech and Hearing, Mysore University, Mysore Senior Speech Pathologist August 2004 – December 2004

Are bilingual children with SLI additionally disadvantaged? Evidence from a Kannada-English bilingual child with SLI

Prathibha Karanth

2013, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.

Unraveling the overlapping features of Autism Spectrum Disorders and Specific Language Impairment

Indian Council of Medical Research, Government of India ,2012.

The Central Alexias and Agraphias in Semi-syllabic orthographies

Department of Science and Technology, Government of India,2011

Reading-related eye movements in Semisyllabic and Alphavetic Orthographies

Department of Science and Technology, Government of India, 2012 (ongoing)

Reading Acquisition in children learning to read in two distinct orthographies Malayalam and English

All India Institute of Speech and Hearing, Mysore, Government of India Undertaking, 2010-2011

AREAS OF INTEREST, EXPERTISE AND RESEARCH

Area of Interest

Child language development and disorders, Adult language and its disorders, reading and writing, bilingualism

Area of Expertise

Developmental and Acquired Speech and language (communication) Disorders

Area of Research

Bilingual Children with Developmental Language Disorders, Acquired Reading and Writing Impairments and Reading-Related Eye Movements while Reading Alphasyllabary

Professional Affiliations & Contributions

  • Life member of Rehabilitation Council of India (RCI)
  • Life member of Indian Speech & Hearing Association (ISHA)
  • Life member of Indian Speech & Hearing Association –Manipal Chapter 

Differential diagnosis in developmental and acquired neurogenic stuttering: Do fluency-enhancing conditions dissociate the two

2012-01-01 Gopee Krishnan

Journal of Neurolinguistics, Elsevier, 2012.

Variability in aphasia following subcortical haemorrhagic lesion

2011-01-01 Gopee Krishnan

Annals of Neuroscience, 2011

Recovery of alexia with agraphia in orthographically distinct languages: A report

2011-01-01 Gopee Krishnan

Procedia Social and Behavioural Sciences, Elsevier, 2011

I can write two but not 2: Evidence for domain-specific within-modality dissocitaion for number digits

2011-01-01 Gopee Krishnan

Social and Behavioural Sciences, Elsevier, 2011

A preliminary investigation of akshara knowledge in Malayalam alphasyllabary: Extension of Nag's (2007) study

2011-01-01 Gopee Krishnan

Writing Systems Research, Taylor and Francis, 2011

Aphasia rehabilitation in India: A preliminary survey of speech-language pathologists

2011-01-01 Gopee Krishnan

Journal of All India Institute of Speech and Hearing, 2011.

Revisiting the acquired neurogenic stuttering in the light of developmental stuttering

2011-01-01 Gopee Krishnan

Journal of Neurolinguistics, Elsevier, 2011.

Bilingual vocabulary development and memory as a function of age

2010-01-01 Mansi Mathur B Rajeshekar

Journal of All India Institute of Speech and Hearing.

Evidence for the inhibitory control-based language non-specific lexical selection in bilinguals

2010-01-01 Gopee Krishnan

Journal of All India Institute of Speech and Hearing.

Subcortical global aphasia without hemiparesis: A discussion

2010-01-01 Gopee Krishnan

Procedia social and behavioural sciences, Elsevier

Autism in Adolescence and Adulthood: A survey

2011-01-01 Sameera Mohammed Jaffer

2010-2011

Reading Measures and their prediction to Word reading Performance in children reading Malayalam Alphasyllabary: A Comparative study

2010-01-01 Remya Nair

2009-2010

Lexical Access in Malayalam-English bilinguals using Picture Word Interference Paradigm

2014-01-01 Anu Mohan

2008-2009

Theory of Mind in Children with Mental Retardation, with and Without Downs Syndrome – A Comparative Study

2009-01-01 Vanessa Fernandes

2008-2009

Bilingual Memory and Its relation with vocabulary development in younger and older Hindi-English bilingual children

2009-01-01 Mansi Mathur

2008-2009

Semantic and Cognitive Attributes in Acute and Chronic Schizophrenics: A Comparative study

2008-01-01 Mithila Poonacha

2007-2008

Rapid Automatic Naming (RAN) across Academic Performances in Fourth Grade Students

2008-01-01 Taniya Raj

2007-2008