OPTIMISING SPEECH ASSESSMENT AND TREATMENT IN FRONTOTEMPORAL DEMENTIA
Grant number: 1135683 | Funding period: 2017 - 2021
Frontotemporal dementia has a devastating impact on our ability to speak and understand others. This proposal aims to improve our understanding of how to best assess, diagnose and treat these debilitating impairments. By bringing together an international consortium of clinics, these findings will lead to significant advances in our understanding of disease progression and patient care.
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Courtney Lewis, Megan Keage, Miyuki Watanabe, Danielle Schubiger, Dennis Velakoulis, Mark Walterfang, Adam P Vogel
Niemann-Pick disease type C (NPC) is a rare, autosomal recessive neurodegenerative disease, characterized by progressive psychiatr..
Speech in prodromal and symptomatic Huntington's disease as a model of measuring onset and progression in dominantly inherited neurodegenerative diseases
Jess CS Chan, Julie C Stout, Adam P Vogel
Subtle motor and cognitive changes can manifest prior to diagnosis in many progressive neurological disorders. Most people with Hu..
Interventions to Mitigate Bias in Social Work Decision-Making: A Systematic Review
R Featherston, A Shlonsky, C Lewis, ML Luong, L Downie, A Vogel, C Granger, B Hamilton, K Galvin
Purpose: This systematic review synthesized evidence supporting interventions aimed at mitigating cognitive bias associated with t..
Coordination and timing deficits in speech and swallowing in autosomal recessive spastic ataxia of Charlevoix-Saguenay (ARSACS)
Adam P Vogel, Natalie Rommel, Andreas Oettinger, Lisa H Stoll, Eva-Maria Kraus, Cynthia Gagnon, Marius Horger, Patrick Krumm, Dagmar Timmann, Elsdon Storey, Ludger Schoels, Matthis Synofzik