ASTLiT (The Australasian Society for Tongue and Lip Ties) 2018 Symposium
Introducing Irene Marchesan, one of the amazing Keynote Speakers presenting at the 3rd ASTLiT Symposium: Tongue tie: The facts: weaving through potential lifelong implications.
Irene Queiroz Marchesan graduated in Speech-Language Pathology (1977). She earned her master’s degree in Communication Disorders from Pontificia Universidade Católica de Sao Paulo (1989), and her doctoral degree in Education from UNICAMP – Campinas (1998). Currently she is the President of the Brazilian Speech Pathology Society and CEFAC’s Director. She has experience in Speech and Orofacial Functions Therapy with emphasis in Speech disorders, mainly with the following subjects: lingual frenulum and speech alteration diagnoses. She has written many books, chapters and articles on the correlation of lingual frenulum alteration and breastfeeding, swallowing, speech, and sleep.