Dr Sebastian Doeltgen is the Head of Teaching Section of the Discipline of Speech Pathology at Flinders University. As a former NHMRC postdoctoral Research Fellow, he heads the Swallowing Neurorehabilitation Research Laboratory at Flinders University.
Sebastian is interested in the effects of exercise and experimental brain stimulation on the neural and biomechanical substrates of swallowing as well as clinical reasoning and decision making processes engaged in during bedside swallowing assessment. Sebastian is passionate about the development, evaluation and dissemination of evidence-based interventions for use in real world rehabilitation settings.
To date, he has published 40+ original research articles and contributed to several invited reviews and book chapters. Sebastian is involved in professional education through professional development courses and teaches neuroanatomy and dysphagia sciences to Speech Pathology students at Flinders University.