To enhance knowledge of brain mechanisms that allow people to recover language, empathy, and other cognitive and communicative skills after stroke, and to investigate innovative techniques to facilitate recovery of these skills after stroke. We also seek to understand the neurobiology of primary progressive aphasia and to investigate the efficacy of cutting-edge techniques to enhance communication for individuals with this clinical syndrome.
Who We Are:
A diverse and collegial team of Johns Hopkins medical professionals, research scientists, postdoctoral fellows, speech-language pathologists and research assistants who enjoy working towards this mission under the direction of Dr. Argye Hillis.
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