Neurolinguistics and NeuroRehabilitation Laboratory
Welcome to the Neurolinguistics and NeuroRehabilitation Laboratory directed by Elizabeth E. Galletta. We are working on a variety of projects in the area of neurorehabilitation. While a main focus of the lab is aphasia therapy research, current effort is also devoted to other topics such as reading assessment and treatment post stroke. We are located in NYC on 25th Street, near First Avenue.
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Aphasia tDCS Research Project: Individualized aphasia therapy in conjunction with noninvasive brain stimulation. This project involves speech-language therapy in conjunction with transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) for people with aphasia. We are recruiting subjects. Contact Principal Investigator Elizabeth Galletta at firstname.lastname@example.org; 212-481-4439
Intensive Comprehensive Aphasia Program (ICAP) Project: We are recruiting subjects to partiicpate in a research project aimed at determining optimal ICAP dose. This study invovles free speech therapy. For more information, contact PI Elizabeth Galletta 212-481-4439.
Repeated Naming in Aphasia: We are recruitng subjects to participate in a research project looking at repeated naming. For more information call co-PI Elizabeth Galletta at Hunter College 212-481-4439 or co-PI Mira Goral at Lehman College 718-960-8460.
Reading Assessment Post Stroke: We are researching assessment tools used to assess acquired reading disorders. While reading difficulty post stroke is often reported, assessment and treatment of acquired reading disorders are underinvestigated.