Voice and Airway | Voice and Airway Center Team

Randal Paniello, MD, PhD, FACS (Director)

Dr. Paniello, is an otolaryngologist with a professional focus on the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the larynx. He attended medical school at the University of Illinois, Chicago, then completed a residency in otolaryngology at Washington University in St. Louis in 1990. His training included complex reconstruction techniques (free tissue transfers) which he has applied to reconstruction of the larynx. His career research interests have centered on advancing treatments for vocal cord paralysis and spasmodic dysphonia. In 2009 he was given the prestigious Casselberry Award from the American Laryngological Association for his accomplishments in laryngology.

Joseph P. Bradley, MD

Dr. Bradley is a board-certified otolaryngologist with specialized training in the treatment of voice, airway, and swallowing disorders. He received his medical degree from University of Kansas and completed a residency in otolaryngology at Washington University in 2013. He received specialized training in treatment of vocal disorders through a fellowship in Laryngology at the Emory Voice Center in Atlanta, Georgia. Dr. Bradley’s clinical interests include professional voice problems, treatment of the aging voice, treatment of vocal fold paralysis, KTP laser treatment of papilloma and dysplasia, spasmodic dysphonia, endoscopic treatment of airway stenosis, and the endoscopic & open treatment of Zenker’s diverticulum.

Archie Harmon, PhD, CCC-SLP

Archie is a prominent addition to our speech-language pathologist team at the Voice and Airway Center. He received his doctorate from Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL in July 2010. His clinical interests include flexible and rigid endoscopic laryngeal imaging and videostroboscopy; voice evaluation and therapy; FEES study and modified barium swallow study interpretation; acoustic and aerodynamic voice assessment; laryngectomy voice treatment including TEP; and Parkinson's disease and speech rehabilitation.

Linda Neal, MA, CCC-SLP

Linda is a speech-language pathologist with 30 years of practical experience. She received her BA in Communication Disorders from Fontbonne College and her MA in Speech Pathology from Memphis State University. Much of her practice has been dedicated to speech and swallow rehabilitation of patients undergoing surgery, radiation, or chemotherapy for the management of head and neck cancer. She has great experience with modified barium swallow studies and treatment of the total laryngectomy patient, including fitting tracheo-esophageal voice prostheses. She moderates the NuVoice Club of greater St. Louis, a support group for laryngectomy patients.

Megan Radder, MM, MA CCC-SLP

Megan Radder is a speech-language pathologist and singing voice specialist. She received her Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Indiana University. She also holds undergraduate and graduate degrees in vocal performance from Oberlin and Indiana University, and has taught voice lessons for seven years. She is certified in Lee Silverman Voice Training to improve quality of life for those with vocal problems due to Parkinson Disease. Her clinical interests include voice evaluation and therapy, paradoxical vocal fold motion, and flexible and rigid endoscopic laryngeal imaging and videostroboscopy. She has also given presentations on optimizing vocal health to performing artists in the community.

Kelsey M. Rosenquist, MA, CCC-SLP

Kelsey is a new member of the speech-language pathology team. She received undergraduate degrees in speech, language, and hearing sciences and psychology from the University of Colorado-Boulder in May of 2011 and a masters degree in communication sciences and disorders from Saint Louis University in May of 2014. Her clinical interests include: modified barium swallow studies; FEES; flexible and rigid endoscopic laryngeal imaging and videostroboscopy; swallowing and voice restoration for people who have had head and neck cancer related surgeries; fitting and management of tracheo-esophageal voice prosthesis; and use of the electrolarynx.