Sharon Shin Shin Tang

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Benefits and Barriers to Disclosing Sexual Trauma: A Contextual Approach Sarah E. Ullman PhD a , Melissa Ming Foynes MS b & Sharon Shin Shin Tang PhD c a Department of Criminology, Law, & Justice, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, USA b Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, Connecticut, USA c VA Salt Lake City Healthcare System,(More)
OBJECTIVE This study aims to examine the role of timing of speech-language pathology intervention on outcomes for surgical patients with benign vocal fold lesions as measured by a patient self-reported scale (Voice Handicap Index [VHI]) and objective acoustic measures (jitter %, Dysphonia Severity Index, noise-to-harmonics ratio). For the purpose of this(More)
As one of the key fibrous proteins in the extracellular matrix, collagen plays a significant role in the structural and biomechanical characteristics of the vocal fold. Anchored fibrils of collagen create secure structural regions within the vocal folds and are strong enough to sustain vibratory impact and stretch during phonation. This contributes tensile(More)
OBJECTIVE Adipose tissue-derived stromal cells (ASC) embedded in hyaluronan scaffold is a beneficial prophylactic treatment for vocal fold (VF) surgical scar. Here, we investigated the macrophage inflammatory response to allogeneic ASC-constructs and identified changes in lamina propria extracellular matrix. METHOD Pig ASC were characterized and(More)
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