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@AphasiaLab members win prestigious ASHA foundation awards

December 5th, 2016 in Uncategorized

PhD Student Erin Meier, Graduate Student Rachel Campbell and Lab Alum Teresa Gray win prestigious awards at the Annual ASHA Foundation awards. #ASHA16 #slpeeps

 

http://www.bu.edu/sargent/2016/11/30/slhs-students-alums-receive-asha-foundation-awards/

A fantastic #AOA2016 meeting in beautiful llandudno, Wales! Excellent #science #aphasia Keynote on #DTI, talks, #ceilidhdancing and excursions to #conwy

October 22nd, 2016 in Accomplishments, Lab work in the news, Recent and relevant interesting work, Uncategorized

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Sarah Villard published her recent review paper on whether #attention deficits underlie #aphasia

October 22nd, 2016 in Accomplishments, Announcements, Recent and relevant interesting work, Uncategorized

Sarah Villard published her recent review paper on whether #attention deficits underlie #aphasia

http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/yJUFSDizrqiYpzE8Mp6M/full

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BU Sargent College Symposium on Aphasia

September 8th, 2016 in Announcements, Uncategorized

Attend the Fall 2016 Mini-Symposium on Aphasia on Thursday, September 15th, 2016 from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm, which is hosted by the Aphasia Research Laboratory!

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Our paper on #language #recovery in the #lefthemisphere in @Neuropsychologia

February 19th, 2016 in Uncategorized

our latest paper showing the importance of the on rFigure 3becovery

Attend @AphasiaLab talks at #ISHA2016 @ISHAIllinois #slpeeps

January 25th, 2016 in Recent and relevant interesting work, Uncategorized

Attend @AphasiaLab talks at #ISHA2016 @ISHAIllinois #slpeeps. Here is the link to the convention. http://www.ishail.org/annual-convention

 

Our latest paper in Aphasiology: Noisy channel hypothesis in sentence comprehension

December 10th, 2015 in Accomplishments, Recent and relevant interesting work, Uncategorized

Our latest paper in Aphasiology examines a rational inference approach to comprehending sentences in aphasia. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/02687038.2015.1111994

 

Call for papers: Frontiers in Human Neuroscience

December 2nd, 2015 in Uncategorized

CALL FOR PAPERS: FRONTIERS IN HUMAN NEUROSCIENCE
RESEARCH TOPIC: Technology & communication deficits: latest advancements in diagnosis and rehabilitation

Technological innovations have changed the fabric of our daily lives today; it is increasingly clear that technology can also help clinicians better diagnose and rehabilitate individuals with communication deficits. This technology has included but is not limited to neuroimaging techniques, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS), Transcranial Electrical Stimulation (TDCS), and cloud-based software running on computers and tablets. All of these technological approaches have allowed for a more versatile, precise and adaptive set of tools to diagnose and rehabilitate communication deficits. However, there is a need for more research that describes applications of such technology in clinical practice so that the clinical use of these technologies can progress.  In collaboration with Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, we are organizing a Research Topic titled “Technology & communication deficits: latest advancements in diagnosis and rehabilitation”, hosted by Swathi Kiran, Wilhelmina Maria E Van De Sandt-Koenderman, David Copland. As host editor, I would like to encourage you to contribute to this topic. Please find more information about the Research Topics in the link below, including the publishing fees that apply. You can also visit the homepage we have created on the Frontiers website, which defines the focus of the topic, and where all published articles will appear. We look forward to receiving your submission.  http://frontiersin.org/Human_Neuroscience/researchtopics/Technology__communication_deficits_latest_advancements_in_diagnosis_and_rehabilitation/4333 Frontiers has emerged as one of the most cited open-access journals in Neuroscience. Here is more information about Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. http://blog.frontiersin.org/2015/11/20/quality-and-impact-analysis-frontiers-in-human-neuroscience/ With best regards,  Swathi KiranGuest Associate Editor, Frontiers in Human Neurosciencewww.frontiersin.org

Our latest paper on Bilingual Aphasia Rehabilitation is now online

September 28th, 2015 in Uncategorized

Our latest paper on . Click here for a free copy. 

Our latest article on #connectivity #rehabilitation #aphasia is on Brain and Language

September 21st, 2015 in Uncategorized

Check out our latest paper #connectivity #rehabilitation #aphasia #graph theory in Brain and Language http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0093934X1500187X

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