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PhD Scholarships available with the Aphasia CRE

Are you interested in undertaking a PhD within a world class aphasia research centre?

We have a vast array of opportunities to undertake PhD research studies within our 5 programs of research:

  • Neurobiological and psychosocial predictors of recovery led by Professor David Copland
  • Treatment effectiveness across the continuum of care led by Associate Professor Erin Godecke
  • Technology for healthcare communication and aphasia rehabilitation led by Professor Leanne Togher
  • Optimising mental health and wellbeing in aphasia led by Professor Ian Kneebone
  • Aphasia inclusion led by Associate Professor Robyn O’Halloran

We are keen to discuss your areas of interest and link you with supervisors who best meet your needs. We have 35 PhD students within the Aphasia CRE and there is a vibrant culture of support and academic development.

Please contact Professor Rose for more details: m.rose@latrobe.edu.au

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