Department of Cognitive Science
12th Aphasiology Symposium of Australia
Sydney, 30th November - 1st December 2006
- Speech Pathology, Royal Rehabilitation Centre, Sydney
- MACCS, Macquarie University, Sydney
What is it?
A forum for the presentation of current research with people with aphasia.
What does it aim to do?
Facilitate the dissemination of research findings and to encourage discussion and the exchange of ideas.
Who can attend?
All those involved in and interested in research and clinical management of people with aphasia.
THERE IS NO NEED TO PRESENT TO ATTEND.
Interested in attending?
If you came to the MACCS/RRCS Aphasia Research day in 2005, you will automatically be on the email list for next year's conference.
Otherwise please email firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the email list.
The closing date for registration is Friday 24th November, 2006. As such registration has now closed.
Interested in presenting?
Clinicians, researchers and students are encouraged to present formal and informal research projects. Presentations will be 20 minutes with 10 minutes for discussion. Student presentations can be in a shortened format.
The closing date for submission of abstracts is Friday 15th September, 2006. As such submissions have now closed.
All conference email should be directed to email@example.com
- Lyndsey Nickels
- Melanie Moses
- Kate Makin
- Christine Taylor
- Belinda McDonald
- Katie Webb
- Craig Richardson
- Monday 23rd Mar,
Associate Professor Karin Verspoor,
"Accelerating biomedical discovery through large-scale heterogeneous ..."
- Wednesday 25th Mar,
Devin B. Terhune,
"The role of visual cortex in synaesthesia"
- Monday 30th Mar,
"The Language of Vision"
- Tuesday 7th Apr,
Prof. Bruno Rossion,
"Understanding face perception with fast periodic visual stimulation"
- Professor Daniel Bub
- Jenny Wu
- Professor Masanori Higuchi
- Associate Professor Daisuke Oyama
- Dr Dennis Norris
- Professor Susan Gathercole
- Niina Tamura
- Dr Julie Morris
- Professor Naomi (Wenkai) Chen
- Professor Kate Nation [Previous Visitors]