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SDSU neuroscientist explores how the brain works to retrieve correct word from memory

SDSU neuroscientist explores how the brain works to retrieve correct word from memory

Study findings suggest how progranulin deficiency causes frontotemporal dementia

Study findings suggest how progranulin deficiency causes frontotemporal dementia

Researcher develops new language intervention to help treat patients with rare form of dementia

Researcher develops new language intervention to help treat patients with rare form of dementia

Aphasia may not solely be a language issue as traditionally believed, study shows

Aphasia may not solely be a language issue as traditionally believed, study shows

Clinician-scientist wins annual award for excellence in behavioral neurology research

Clinician-scientist wins annual award for excellence in behavioral neurology research

Brain plasticity after injury: an interview with Dr Swathi Kiran

Brain plasticity after injury: an interview with Dr Swathi Kiran

Novel telemedicine speech therapy could improve dementia patient’s ability to recall words

Novel telemedicine speech therapy could improve dementia patient’s ability to recall words

Memory loss symptoms not sufficient to diagnose other forms of Alzheimer's

Memory loss symptoms not sufficient to diagnose other forms of Alzheimer's

Multi-user virtual reality world can improve communication in stroke survivors with aphasia

Multi-user virtual reality world can improve communication in stroke survivors with aphasia

Researchers explore effectiveness of neurorehabilitation for individuals with brain injury or stroke

Researchers explore effectiveness of neurorehabilitation for individuals with brain injury or stroke

Connectome imaging could help predict severity of language deficits after stoke

Connectome imaging could help predict severity of language deficits after stoke

Memory test offers clue to pathological diagnosis in primary progressive aphasia

Memory test offers clue to pathological diagnosis in primary progressive aphasia

Right brain predicts post-stroke speech recovery

Right brain predicts post-stroke speech recovery

Right side of the brain reorganizes itself after stroke to help recover speech-motor functions

Right side of the brain reorganizes itself after stroke to help recover speech-motor functions

Research provides important new insights into beginning stages of primary progressive aphasia

Research provides important new insights into beginning stages of primary progressive aphasia

Damage to language network structural hubs can affect severity of aphasia following stroke

Damage to language network structural hubs can affect severity of aphasia following stroke

Mayo Clinic researchers uncover clues to apraxia of speech

Mayo Clinic researchers uncover clues to apraxia of speech

New analysis method may help categorise stroke patients with language problem

New analysis method may help categorise stroke patients with language problem

Diseases that cause skin-related problems can also trigger serious neurological conditions

Diseases that cause skin-related problems can also trigger serious neurological conditions

Amgen’s Phase 2 data supports safety, efficacy of BLINCYTO in ALL patients with minimal residual disease

Amgen’s Phase 2 data supports safety, efficacy of BLINCYTO in ALL patients with minimal residual disease