Last week, I got to see how slow science could work. I was a rapporteur at a Royal Society Satellite meeting on language disorders. This meant I had to briefly summarise a very exciting, fast-paced discussion. I learnt so much from the discussions and I also got to meet some wonderful people. And of course, I got to stay in this magnificent house for a couple of days! I owe it all to the organisers of this wonderful meeting, the Royal Society & the Experimental Psychology Society.
Here are both the posters I presented at CLS 2013. It was a brilliant conference! And thank you to the judges for giving me the best poster prize for the oromotor study!
At the CBCD, I have been fortunate to work with many individuals with WS. Find out more about the syndrome here.
A big thank you to the folks at NLC for giving me the opportunity (and a travel grant) to visit San Sebastian. The conference was excellent, the food was great and the company was fantastic!
From our new ‘articulotopy’ study, here’s a video of me speaking, showing changes in place of articulation from the back to the front of my mouth.