Aude Lagier has been working as an ENT-phoniatrician in the University Hospital of Marseille (France) and taught anatomy at the Faculty of Medicine (Aix-Marseille University, France) until 2016. At the University Hospital of Liège (Belgium) since 2016, her clinical activity focuses on the medical and surgical management of voice and swallowing disorders, particularly in the field of laryngeal immobility surgical treatments. She also continues to teach head and neck anatomy at the University of Liège. Her PhD in sciences of language dealt with the laryngeal physiology and phonotrauma using ex vivo human larynges. She continues her research on the functional anatomy of the larynx in close collaboration with the laboratories of anatomy of the universities of Liège (Belgium) and Aix-Marseille (France), and with the “Laboratoire Parole et Langage” (UMR 7309, CNRS-Aix Marseille University).