Julia Rademacher is a clinical associate professor and certified Speech-Language Pathologist in the department of Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. She trains and supervises graduate student clinicians to evaluate and treat clients with voice disorders including professional voice problems, neurologically-based voice and speech disorders, gender affirming voice and speech modification and phonotrauma-related voice disorders. She also provides expert assessment and treatment to clients who stutter as well as clients with speech and resonance deviations related to craniofacial anomalies. Her clients span the age spectrum.
Prior to her work as a speech-language pathologist, Julia trained and worked as a professional vocalist. She completed a master’s degree in voice and opera performance from Northwestern University and sang with opera choruses in the Indianapolis area. She is a lifelong lover of music and the arts.
Julia lives with her son, Lucas, in Bloomington, where they enjoy volunteering at their local church, shopping at the farmers' market, and enjoying the diversity of food and arts Bloomington offers.