Director - Mark Onslow

Professor Mark Onslow

Professor Mark Onslow is the Foundation Director of the Australian Stuttering Research Centre at the Faculty of Health Sciences, The University of Sydney. His background is speech pathology, in which field he holds a Bachelor of Applied Science, Master of Applied Science, and a Doctorate.

Professor Onslow leads a team that has been awarded multi-million dollar research grants from the National Health and Medical Research Council to develop treatments for stuttering.

His research interests are the epidemiology of early stuttering in pre-school children, mental health of those who stutter, measurement of stuttering, and the nature and treatment of stuttering. Recently, work has begun at the Centre to adapt successful stuttering treatments for the Internet.

Professor Onslow is a member of the international Lidcombe Program Trainers Consortium and is in constant demand as a speaker internationally. Professor Onslow has authored more than 200 publications in peer reviewed scientific journals.