Rhonda Mattingly, Ph.D
Lecturer, Clinical Coordinator
Dr. Rhonda Mattingly is a lecturer and the clinical coordinator within the Department of Surgery, Division of Speech Pathology at the University of Louisville. While attending Western Kentucky University, Dr. Mattingly received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications in 1989, a Master of Science degree in Communicative Disorders in 1989, and a Master of Arts degree in Communications in 1993. In 1999, Dr. Mattingly received a Doctor of Education degree from the University of Louisville.
Dr. Mattingly has served as a Guest Speaker for U of L’s Speech Pathology department since fall 2000. She has an extensive clinical background in pediatric feeding disorders, including working with the neonatal population at Kosair Children’s Hospital since 1999. She continues her work with infants and children as a speech pathologist on staff at Kosair. Additionally, Dr. Mattingly has worked in early intervention for more than ten years, performing comprehensive primary level evaluations and treatment.
Current teaching consists of Articulation/Phonology, Assessment of Childhood Language Disorders, Preschool Language Intervention, and a Special Topics seminar in Evaluation and Treatment of Pediatric Feeding Disorders.
Her research interests focus on developing measures for outcomes in the evaluation and treatment of neonatal feeding and language development.