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We wish you a very happy
and peaceful holiday


Looking forward to 2018 when we will be able to share more details with you about our new plans for the Collaboration.

With the extended support for our international network from The Tavistock Trust for Aphasia,
 look out for the following features in 2018!
 
Growth of our multidisciplinary, international aphasia research network
Development of high quality randomised controlled trials of interventions for aphasia
Access to expert aphasia research methodological support
Access to aphasia research resources
Support for Junior and Early Stage Researchers
News of CATs publications and research activities
A new and improved CATs website
New Year and New Opportunities
 
You’ll note we have a small number of positions vacant on our Executive Committee. Would you like to get more involved in the management of CATs?

We need an Early Stage Researcher to lead the support for Junior and Early Stage aphasia researchers across the network. Contact Prof Marian Brady for more information about the role.

Are you a new aphasia researcher (undertaking your PhD) with an interest in social media? We need enthusiastic Junior and Early Stage researchers to support our communications via Twitter, Facebook and a quarterly newsletter. For more information contact Prof Kleanthes Grohmann
 
Do you have an interest in the development, validation or adaptation of aphasia assessment tools and outcome measures? Are you an Early Stage Researcher? Contact Prof Spyridoula Varlokosta for more information about the role.
With best wishes from the Executive Committee
Chair Prof Marian Brady (UK)
Vice Chair Dr Evy Visch Brink (NL)
WG2 Lead Prof Spyridoula Varlokosta (GR)
WG2 Deputy Lead (Position vacant)
WG3 Lead Dr Anne Charlotte Laska  (SE)
WG3 Deputy Lead Dr Myzoon Ali (UK)
WG4 Lead Dr Evy Visch Brink (NL)
WG4 Deputy Lead Dr. Tarja Kukkonen (FI)
WG5 Lead Associate Professor Madeline Cruice (UK)
WG5 Acting Lead Dr Jytte Isaksen (DK)
WG4 Acting Deputy Lead Dr Caroline Jagoe (IE)
Trials Panel Officer Prof Audrey Bowen (UK)
Postdoctoral Fellows Mentor Prof Hanne Gram Simonsen (NO)
Mentorship Officer Prof Sue Franklin (IR)
Research Officer Dr Luis Jesus (PT)
Dissemination Officer Prof Kleanthes Grohmann (CY)
Newsletter Editor (Position vacant)
Facebook Editor (Position vacant)
Twitter Curator (Position vacant)
Early Stage Researcher Officer (Position vacant)
Administrator Kathryn VandenBerg (UK)                       
Supporting the development, conduct, reporting and dissemination of large scale, co-ordinated aphasia research activities which optimise the rehabilitation and recovery of people with aphasia






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