Pam Enderby MBE. PhD., DSc(hon)., MSc., FRCSLT
Professor Emeritus Of Community Rehabilitation
University of Sheffield
From an early stage in Pams career she combined research with her speech and language therapy clinical practice. She worked in the NHS in London and Bristol where she was District Therapist and set up the Speech and Language Research Unit. Pam moved to Sheffield to a combined NHS and University research post. She has held the positions of Head of Department and Dean of the Faculty of Medicine. She has served as Chair of Council RCSLT and more recently served on the Board. Pam completed three years as the Clinical Director of the South Yorkshire Comprehensive Local Research Network and has been Chair of the Sheffield HealthWatch for 3 years. Currently she is President elect of the International Association of Logopedics And Phoniatrics. She has served on Nice Guideline Development Committees and the Royal College of Physicians Working Party on Stroke.
Pam was awarded a Fellowship of the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists and was honoured with an MBE for services to Speech and Language Therapy. A doctor of science was awarded by the University of the West of England in 2000. In 2012 she was awarded the Robin Tavistock award for her contribution to aphasia and in 2016 the Distinguished Scholar Award from the Society for Research in Rehabilitation.
Pam has been the lead supervisor for 28 successful doctoral students, the principal investigator on 50 research projects spanning three decades. She is the principal author of 14 books and published more than a 200 peer-reviewed journal articles.