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Elizabeth Lacey, pHd

Research Associate
Georgetown University Medical Center

Education
2010 PhD (Neuroscience) Georgetown University (Advisor: Rhonda Friedman)


Maryam Ghaleh,PHD,

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Post-Doctoral Fellow
Georgetown University Medical Center 

Education
2015 PhD (Communication Sciences and Disorders), University of Canterbury, New Zealand

2009 MA (Linguistics), Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, Iran

2006 BA (Translation Sciences), Payam Noor University, Iran

Maryam Ghaleh is a postdoctoral researcher at the Cognitive Recovery Lab, Georgetown University Medical Centre. Her research has focused on neural correlates of speech perception, language comprehension, and cognitive processing in healthy adults as well as stroke survivors. She is particularly interested in using multimodal neuroimaging and neuromodulation approaches to study the brain basis of language processing, and to investigate the relationship between language and other cognitive abilities in aphasic patients. 


andrew demarco,PHD, CCC-SLP

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Post-Doctoral Fellow
Georgetown University Medical Center 

Education
2016 PhD (Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences), University of Arizona (Advisor: Pélagie M. Beeson)

2009 MA (Communication Sciences and Disorders), Temple University

2007 BA (Linguistics), Temple University

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Andrew is a neuroscientist and ASHA-certified speech-language pathologist in his first year of post-doctoral training in the Cognitive Recovery Lab at Georgetown University. His research interests relate to elucidating the neural and cognitive architecture of speech and language function, how this circuitry breaks down in aphasia, and how that information may inform aphasia rehabilitation. His areas of expertise include acquired neurogenic disorders, neuroimaging, and aphasia rehabilitation. His current training focuses on gaining experience with neurostimulation techniques such as transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) to evaluate their potential for enhancing aphasia rehabilitation. 

 

 

 

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