Peter Glynn


B.S., Neuroscience, Boston University, Class of 2011

Research Interests

My research centers on using neuroimaging techniques to elucidate the neural mechanisms supporting language recovery after a stroke. In the past these imaging techniques have been limited to fMRI. However, I am currently working on incorporating EEG/MEG into our experimental paradigm to provide a multi-modal perspective on language function and recovery.

Current Projects

fMRI Typicality Treatment Study

fMRI Bilingual Study


Kiran S, Meier EL, Kapse KJ and Glynn PA (2015) Changes in task-based effective connectivity in language networks following rehabilitation in post-stroke patients with aphasia. Front. Hum. Neurosci. 9:316. doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2015.00316


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