The Aphasia Network (TAN) Laboratory at Northeastern University aims to maximize functional communication recovery in people with aphasia by better understanding the links between the brain, language, and behavior in real-world contexts.
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TAN Lab: A Virtual Tour
Welcome to The Aphasia Network (TAN) Lab! In this short video, we give you a tour of our lab and tell you a little bit about what we do in TAN Lab.
WHO WE ARE
Click below to meet our current team members and lab alumni!
WHAT WE STUDY
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What we publish
Click below for a list of our recent peer-reviewed papers & abstracts.
News & Updates
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HOW TO REACH US
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TAN Lab Recent Activities
Dr. Meier Presents at the 2022 ASHA Convention
In collaboration with Dr. Shannon Sheppard, Dr. Meier talks about gender bias in citation practices in CSD and public knowledge of stroke at the 2022 ASHA Convention.
Dr. Meier Receives AbilityLab C-STAR Grant
As part of their continued collaboration, Dr. Meier and co-PI Dr. Stephen Intille receive pilot funding from the AbilityLab’s C-STAR to continue investigating “word retrieval in the wild” in people with aphasia.
TAN Lab's 1st Annual Cupcake Crawl
TAN Lab had an incredibly productive summer starting three new grant-funded projects. To celebrate, we got a taste of “sweet success” at our 1st Annual Cupcake Crawl!
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