A research active staff member who specialises in stuttering research and clinical practice. He is the course coordinator of the Master of Speech Pathology program and subject coordinator of the core 1st year subject Research and Evidence in Practice and the 3rd year speech pathology subject Evidenc
Teresa is Professor or Rural and Regional Allied Health and a member of the Living with Disability Research Centre, in which she leads the theme of Enabling Mainstream Systems and Services to be Inclusive.
Robyn's teaching and research interests include acquired neurogenic communication disability, creating communicatively accessible environments and critical implementation of evidence into clinical practice.
Professor Rose's research focuses on finding effective interventions to minimise communication disability after brain injury in adults, with a special emphasis on aphasia after stroke.
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