Tagged: aphasia rehabilitation
Check out our latest paper #connectivity #rehabilitation #aphasia #graph theory in Brain and Language http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0093934X1500187X
Our latest article on sentence comprehension therapy and its generalization to discourse is now available in Aphasiology. It is part of a special issue on generalization in aphasia rehabilitation.
Congratulations to Sofia Vallila-Rohter for her paper “An examination of strategy implementation during abstract nonlinguistic
category learning in aphasia” accepted to JSLHR!
Aphasia Lab will present three posters on brain mapping and connectivity at the annual human brain mapping #OHBM in Hawaii in June.
Vallila-Rohter, S., & Kiran, S. (2015, June). Neural activations during feedback-based and paired associate category learning in aphasia. Poster to be presented at the annual Organization for Human Brain Mapping Meeting, Honolulu, HI.
Kiran, S., Kapse, K., & Meier, E. (2015, June). Effective connectivity analysis of language networks in healthy adults and in chronic aphasia. Human Brain Mapping, Honolulu, HI.
Kiran, S., Johnson, J.P., Kapse, K., Martin, K., & Meier, E. (2015, June). Task-Based Reorganization of Function after Rehabilitation in Post-Stroke Aphasia. Organization for Human Brain Mapping, Honolulu, HI.
Chaleece Sandberg successfully defended her PhD thesis and is off to Penn State University for a faculty position! Congratulations!
Dr Sofia Vallila Rohter succesfully defended her PhD on Oct 10th, 2013. Congratulations!
Aphasia Research Laboratory’s lab director, Dr Swathi Kiran has been named one of 2013 Fellow of the American Speech and Hearing Association. Fellowship is one of the highest forms of recognition given by ASHA of an individual’s accomplishments, and is public declaration of Dr Kiran’s outstanding professional achievements. Here is a link to the list of awardees.