ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – A researcher at the University of New Mexico was awarded a major grant for groundbreaking research. Jessica Richardson, an associate professor of Speech and Hearing Sciences has been awarded a five-year $2 million grant.
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It will help her study treatments and interventions for those who have a language disorder after suffering a stroke. Right now, there is a lack of treatment and Richarson says there is room for improvement, something she hopes to do with the grant.
For more information, visit news.unm.edu/news/unm-researcher-awarded-2-million-grant-to-use-brain-stimulation-to-help-treat-aphasia.