CAC 2019

Clinical Aphasiology Conference 2019 Information Coming Soon!! 

CAC 2018 Program Information

Are you a student or a post-doc? Be sure to visit the student page and consider applying for the NIDCD Student Travel Fellowship.

The 2018 CAC program information is available. Two authors from each accepted proposal will be invited to attend the conference. As space permits, first authors of proposals that are not accepted for presentation may be invited to attend. 

The CAC 2018  Keynote Speaker is Dr. Pamela W. Duncan, PhD (Wake Forest University)

The Keynote Speaker for the Research Symposium in Clinical Aphasiology (RSCA) at CAC 2018 is Dr. Marco Catani (Kings College, London UK)

Submission Format Options

  • Platform presentation (15 minutes talk + 15 minutes question time)

  • Poster session (you are expected to stand with and discuss your poster at a dedicated poster session)

  • Round table session (you present for 15 minutes to a maximum group size of 12 people and lead a 45 minute discussion on the topic)

Round table discussion submissions are particularly sought in the following topics, however submissions on other relevant topics are also welcomed: Bilingualism & aphasia, Group Treatment Approaches, Resilience, coping skills & other psychosocial factors, Discourse, Patient-Reported Outcomes, Neuroimaging, Primary Progressive Aphasia, Test/tool/rating scale development.

Organizers for CAC 2019