The Cognition, Brain and Language Team (CoBALT) lab at the University of New Hampshire College for Health and Human Services is directed by Dr. Amy Ramage. The CoBALT lab conducts research studies on the association between language, cognition, emotion, and the brain in people with acquired brain injury due to stroke and TBI. A major focus of our research is to identify what contributes to dysfunction in our brain systems, like behaviors and biomarkers, and their value for treatment outcomes. The long-term goal of this work is to understand how to target these factors and optimize treatments for people with TBI and aphasia. If you are interested in learning more or participating in our research, please contact Dr. Amy Ramage at Amy.Ramage@unh.edu.

Contact

  • Hewitt Hall, 4 Library Way, Durham, NH 03824
  • (603) 862-2125
  • Amy.Ramage@unh.edu
  • https://www.facebook.com/CoBALT.unh

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