The Center for Language and Brain studies brain and language connection using cutting-edge methods and technologies. We are interested in the speech of kids and adults, mono- and bilinguals, patients with various neurogenic speech disorders. In collaboration with worldwide renowned specialists, we organize open lectures and seminars. HSE students can write a term paper supervised by the lab members, undertake an internship in one of our projects or join the lab as research assistants to do some serious science.
Svetlana Dorofeeva at the international conference in BCBL, San-Sebastian in Spain (2018).
The member of the Center for Language and Brain NRU HSE Ladinskaya Nina took part in the summer school and received the award for the best poster “Best Poster Award”
The member of the Center for Language and Brain Vardan Arutiunian at the ABC: Asia-Pacific Babylab Constellation Conference (2018) in Singapore
On October 1st, 2018, the MOOC Language Testing During Awake Brain Surgery will begin. The online course was developed by Professor Dr. Roelien Bastiaanse.
Сenter for Language and Brain welcomes colleagues from Brazil - Prof. Dante Barone and medical students Bruno Alcantara Manica and Leticia Cavalaro Siqueira.
Scientists from the Center for language and brain, HSE carried out a speech mapping during the awake-surgery
Ekaterina Stupina gave a lecture “Language Testing & Awake Brain Surgery” in the “Federal Centre of Neurosurgery” of Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation in Tyumen.
The HSE website published an article about the Center for Language and Brain, with comments from the Centre's Director Olga Dragoy and the heads of research areas.
A team of specialists from the Center for Language and Brain (HSE) took part in the International summer school for Infant Studies On Language Development in Europe, which was held from 11 to 15 June at the University of Potsdam (Germany).
Dr. Wim Tops (University of Groningen) gave the talk "From boosting early reading development to diagnosing adults with dyslexia"
Dr. Wim Tops (University of Groningen) gave the talk "From boosting early reading development to diagnosing adults with dyslexia" at the Center for Language and Brain HSE.