Dr. Graville is an associate professor and the director of the OHSU-Northwest Clinic for Voice and Swallowing. She earned her Master’s degree in speech and hearing sciences at Portland State University and completed her fellowship at the Portland V.A. Medical Center. Dr. Graville developed her expertise in voice restoration and dysphagia at OHSU’s Department of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery Center. Her desire to develop a comprehensive voice and swallowing center led her to pursue a Ph.D. in communication disorders and sciences at the University of Oregon. She is currently an adjunct professor at both University of Oregon and Portland State University. Dr. Graville serves on the advisory committee at Portland State University.
Dr. Graville’s current clinical interests include voice restoration after laryngectomy and swallowing restoration after treatment for head and neck cancer. Research interests include voice and swallowing treatment outcomes after head and neck cancer as well as, competency-based learning for graduate students of communication disorders and sciences.