Anna Eva Hallin is a speech-language pathologist, researcher and lecturer based in Stockholm, Sweden. She has a Ph.D. in Communicative Sciences and Disorders from New York University, and is currently a postdoctoral researcher at Karolinska Institutet, Department of Clinical Sciences, Intervention and Technology, Division of Speech Language Pathology. She also serves as the Director of Research and Evidence Based Practice at Röstkonsulten Speech and Language Clinics in Stockholm (currently on leave of absence).
Dr. Hallin’s research interests are in the area of language development and language disorders in school-age children, and especially how different contexts affects language use and the clinical applicaitons for language assessment and intervention. She also has a keen interest in statistical models of language learning, and language learning and processing from a dynamical systems perspective. In 2015 she started a research blog (in Swedish) with the aim to make language research accessible for clinicians, teachers and parents.
Dr. Hallin currently serves as an instructor for the Karolinska Institutet speech-language pathology program, and has served as an adjunct instructor in the graduate program at the Department of Communicative Sciences and Disorders, NYU (2012-2015). She received her Swedish professional degree in Speech-Language Pathology at Karolinska Institutet in 2007, and is a licensed speech-language pathologist (Swedish National Board of Health and Welfare). Clinically, Anna Eva mainly works with school-aged children, adolescents and adults with language impairments and related developmental disorders.