Dr. Sharon Antonucci
MossRehab Aphasia Center / Moss Rehabilitation Research Institute

Dr. Jamie Azios
Lamar University

Dr. Katie Strong
Central Michigan University

Dr. Sarah E. Wallace
Duquesne University

These Awards are given in recognition of academic excellence in all, or some, of the following areas:

  • Research and Publications Mentoring of research students dedicated to improving life with aphasia, and/or
  • Mentoring of research students to conduct research associated with quality of life, life participation, conversation or similar topics related to life with aphasia, and/or
  • Training of future clinicians to address quality of life with aphasia and/or
  • Working to improve external grant funding that addresses the needs of people living with aphasia.

The aim of these awards is to foster and encourage pioneering research and clinical projects that aim to make a difference to the lives of people living with aphasia, their families and caregivers.

Important Dates for 2020:

Applications for 2020 to be submitted by February 15, 2020 (form forthcoming)
Announcements of Awards 2020 will be made in May 2020 - tbc.

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