Collaboration of Aphasia Trialists (CATs)

Research into communication problems after stroke faces challenges; current research is often language, discipline or region-specific. This limits the efficiency, strength and broader relevance of any research.
The Collaboration of Aphasia Trialists (CATs) aims to establish a network of leading European multidisciplinary aphasia investigators in rehabilitation, social science, linguistics and language research.
This network enhances knowledge, skills and methodology relating to aphasia research. Consensus activities facilitate international agreement in aphasia assessment & diagnosis. Data sharing activities contribute to enhanced prognosis and rehabilitation of aphasia.
This Action facilitates the development of high quality aphasia research to address the needs of people with aphasia, their families, health and social care providers and voluntary groups.

Principal Investigator: Professor Marian Brady

NMAHP Research Unit Collaborators: Dr Myzoon Ali

External Collaborators: Bowen A - University of Manchester, Smania N - University of Verona, Denes F - University of Venice, Lanes P - Verona University, Gandolfi M - Verona University, Visch Brink EG - University Medical Center Rotterdam, de Jong M - University Medical Center Rotterdam, Kukkonen T - Tempere University Hospital, Laska AC - Karolinska Institute Stockholm, Pulvermueller F - Excellence Cluster Free University of Berlin, Godecke E - Edith Cowan University and CCRE

Funder: COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology)

Project Website: