Lise Crevier Buchman
Lise Crevier Buchman, MD, PhD, HDR, is an Otorhinolaryngologiste, Phoniatrician, Head of the Voice, Speech, and Swallowing Lab in the Head & Neck Surgery department of the Hôpital Européen Georges Pompidou (HEGP), Paris5-Descartes University in Paris, France. She is also a Senior Research Fellow, National Scientific Research Centre (CNRS), responsible of the Clinical Phonetics department at the Phonetics and Phonological Lab (LPP-CNRS-UMR7018), Paris3-Sorbonne University.
Former president, and then General Secretary of the French national Phoniatrics Society (2006-2015), she is in charge of the Phoniatrics committee for the world congress IFOS (2017). She is the President of the scientific council for the Phoniatrics Committee of the ELS (European Laryngological Societies).
In the research field, she is a scientific leader in French and European Research Projects (http://lpp.in2p3.fr/Axes-de-Recherche-364. She participates in the development of a multi-sensor experimental physiologic platform. The aim is to better understand speech production in different languages and to explore some vocal techniques such as Mongolian singing and Human Beatbox. She lectures at the medical university in Paris and supervise Masters and PhD students.
In the clinical field, her experience and professional achievement have made her an expert in the assessment and management of disordered voice and speech from dysphonia to dysarthria as well as adult swallowing disorders.