Charn is the course coordinator for the Bachelor of Speech Pathology in the School of Medical and Health Sciences. She is a lecturer and researcher in speech pathology.
Charn graduated from Curtin University with a Bachelor of Science (Human Communication) with first class Honours. She worked as a speech pathologist for the Department of Health and a research assistant before pursuing post-graduate research studies. She was awarded a PhD from The University of Western Australia, thesis titled “Cause or consequence: An investigation of the factors determining the onset and development of stuttering” in 2013.
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