Hannah Krimm is an Assistant Professor at the University of Georgia in the department of Communication Sciences and Special Education. She earned her PhD and MS from Vanderbilt University. Her clinical experience has been working with children in public and private schools. Her research addresses the identification of children with language impairment and/or dyslexia, as well as professional development strategies to improve identification and remediation for these children.

Dr. Krimm is currently accepting doctoral students.

Areas of Expertise

  • Language Disorders
  • Reading Disabilities
  • Dyslexia


  • Identification of Language-based Disabilities
  • Educational Technology Use
  • Professional Development



  •  PhD in Hearing and Speech Sciences, 2019
    Vanderbilt University
  •  MS in Speech-Language Pathology, 2013
    Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
  •  BS in Psychology, 2011
    Georgia Institute of Technology