Martha B. Crago, Ph.D.

Martha B. Crago, Ph.D.

Martha B. Crago, Ph.D.

Martha B. Crago, Ph.D., has bachelor of arts, master's of science, and doctoral degrees from McGill Univerisity. Prior to becoming a professor in communication sciences and disorders at McGill, she worked as a speech-language pathologist. At present, Dr. Crago is McGill's Dean of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies and Associate Provost (Academic Programs). Her research has focused on cross-linguistic and cross-cultural studies of Inuktitut, French, English, and Arabic across a variety of learners, including bilingual children as well as children with language impairments. Her research has been published in numerous articles, books, and book chapters. Dr. Crago has been the President of the Association des Doyen(nes) des Etudes Superieures du Quebec and President of the Canadian Association of Graduate Studies (CAGS) and a member of the Executive Board of the Council of Graduate Studies (USA). She also serves on a number of Canadian national committees and review boards, including the Standing Committee on Fellowships and Career Development of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, Le Chantier du Releve des Fonds Quebecois de Recherche en Nature et Technologie, and the Steering Committee for the Evaluation of the Strategic Training Initiative in Health Research of the Canadian Institutes for Health Research.