The Aphasia Rehabilitation Research Laboratory aims to better understand the relationship between language, short-term memory and other cognitive processes in individuals with aphasia. Within these domains, we aim to develop both theoretical and empirically based diagnostic and treatment measures with the hope of improving overall communication abilities and, consequently, the quality of life for people with aphasia. A team of dedicated research speech-language pathologists, research assistants, student workers and volunteers work with persons with aphasia to fulfill this mission. 

Learn more about the Aphasia Rehabilitation Research Laboratory.


Nadine Martin

Laura H. Carnell Professor
Communication Sciences and Disorders
View Profile
Room 979 Ritter Annex