Manuel Marte

PhD Student

Education
Ph.D., Speech, Language & Hearing Sciences, Boston University (in progress)
M.S., Communication Disorders, State University of New York at New Paltz (2016)
B.A., Speech and Hearing Science, University at Buffalo (2014)
Email
mjmarte@bu.edu

Research Interests

Monolingual and bilingual aphasia rehabilitation

Cognitive-communication rehabilitation

Brain and cognitive reserve

Neuroimaging (fNIRS, fMRI)

Google Scholar Profile

Credentials

Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (CCC-SLP)

New York, Massachusetts Professional Licensure in Speech-Language Pathology

Curriculum Vitae

Twitter

Current Projects

Predicting Rehabilitation Outcomes in Bilingual Aphasia Using Computational Modeling (PROCOM)

Intensive Cognitive Communication Rehabilitation

Conference Presentations

Marte, M. & Anema, I. (2015, May) Training Effects on Suprasegmental Features in Oral Reading of Non-Native English Speakers. 10th International Symposium on Bilingualism, New Brunswick, NJ.

Oldani, P., Hogan, C., Sauvageau, A., Marte, M., Rudz, D., Agulia, B., Hanley, S., Quinn, T., Sharma, S., & Scerra, N. (Mentor: Ohrbach, R.) (2014, November) The effects of varying levels of repeated anodal transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) of the motor cortex on visuo-motor task performance. Biomedical Engineering Society 2014 Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX.

Oldani, P., Hogan, C., Sauvageau, A., Marte, M., Rudz, D., Agulia, B., Hanley, S., Quinn, T., & Scerra, N. (Mentor: Ohrbach, R.) (2014, April) Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) to Enhance Motor Learning in Healthy Subjects. 10th Annual Celebration of Student Academic Excellence, Buffalo, NY.

 

Oral Presentations/Talks

Marte, M. (2017, November) Augmentative Communication. New York State Occupational Therapy Association Conference. Albany, NY.

 

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