Aphasia and Related Conditions Research Lab

UCF Communication Sciences and Disorders

Overview

Members of the Aphasia and Related Conditions (ARC) Research Lab at the University of Central Florida conduct research to 1) better understand the complex processing of speech and language and its breakdown in individuals with aphasia and apraxia of speech, 2) develop new and explore effective treatment approaches, and 3) explore variables that impact treatment success.

In particular, we study:

  1. Rehabilitation of aphasia and/or apraxia of speech
  2. Benefit of the principles of motor learning on speech learning and rehabilitation
  3. Differential diagnosis of aphasia and apraxia of speech
  4. Variables that impact treatment success for these clinical populations

PARTICIPATE IN A STUDY!

Our laboratory is always recruiting for participants to partake in research studies. Participation in our studies not only helps contribute to science, but can also be a fun learning experience.

Meet Our Team

Director and PI

Lauren Bislick's profile picture at UCF

Lauren Bislick, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, CBIS

Assistant Professor
Communication Sciences and Disorders
Location: HS II Room: 0101G
Phone: 407-823-4768

PI

Amy E. Engelhoven's profile picture at UCF

Amy E. Engelhoven, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, CBIS

Director of Aphasia House, Lecturer
Communication Disorders Clinic, Communication Sciences and Disorders
Location: Innovative Center Suite: 300
Phone: 407-882-0466

Students

Seva Reilly
Research Lab Coordinator

Trina Killian
Practicing SLP

Kaitlyn Vidal
Graduate Research Assistant

Ashley Trowbridge
Graduate Research Assistant

Rachel Levenbaum
Graduate Research Assistant

Ariana Shanks
Graduate Research Assistant

Sayyeda Velani
Undergraduate Research Assistant

Emad Khan
Undergraduate Research Assistant

Jacqueline Baldwin
Undergraduate Research Assistant

Sarah Soran
Undergraduate Research Assistant

Marisol Freytes
Undergraduate Research Assistant

Katherine James
Undergraduate Research Assistant

Andrea Mota
Undergraduate Research Assistant

Allison Conrad
Undergraduate Research Assistant

Selected Relevant Publications

Our laboratory makes a concerted effort to publish our findings in respected academic journals and present at regional, national, and international conferences. In addition to contributing to collective body of knowledge in a given field, presenting original data at conferences is a fun way for the lab’s students to enhance their self-confidence and network with other scientists.

Contact

The Aphasia and Related Conditions (ARC) Research Laboratory is located at the Innovative Center, Suite 300, at UCF.

UCF ARC Research Laboratory
Innovative Center
3280 Progress Dr
Orlando, FL 32826

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