Throughout my professional life, I have combined clinically applied research, clinical work, and teaching. My research focuses on the development, evaluation, and implementation of diagnostic and treatment tools for people with communicative disabilities.
Aphasia has been my key research theme, including mechanisms underlying language improvement, the measure of functional communication skills, and the use of e-health for implementing research in clinical practice.
I am affiliated as an Assistant Professor (0.5 fte) with the Centre for Language Studies, Radboud University, Nijmegen. I am also affiliated with the Sint Maartenskliniek rehabilitation centre in Nijmegen, where I work as a Speech & Language Pathologist (0.4 fte).
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Current as of April 20, 2019
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