Our current research projects
This study investigated the efficacy of a speech comprehension therapy app for people with aphasia.
This multinational, collaborative project aims to take a broader perspective on the deficits seen following strokes affecting the back of the brain.
This study investigates the brain mechanisms underlying spoken language production and its recovery following aphasic stroke.
Digital Interventions in Neuro-Rehabilitation: ATTEND
The ATTEND study is a clinical trial investigating the efficacy of a new virtual reality therapy for people with attentional neglect.
The Gotcha! research project is a clinical trial investigating the efficacy of a novel, app-based therapy for people with proper name anomia caused by Alzheimer's disease.
The iTALKBetter research project is a clinical trial investigating the efficacy of the iTALKbetter app-based naming therapy for people with word retrieval difficulties caused by stroke (naming app for a wide variety of common words and phrases).
This research demonstrated that a single word reading retraining app called iReadMore improved the reading accuracy of trained single words in people with aphasia.