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Corianne Rogalsky

Corianne Rogalsky's research aims to better understand the neural and cognitive resources that are needed to improve communication and the quality of life of individuals who have experienced a brain injury such as a stroke.

As a cognitive neuroscientist, she uses functional and structural neuroimaging, as well as neuropsychological techniques, to elucidate the neurobiology of language and music perception and how these processes interact with attention, memory and motor systems.  

Rogalsky is an associate professor of Speech and Hearing Science for the College of Health Solutions and a member of the School of Life Sciences Interdisciplinary Graduate Faculty. She is the director of ASU's Communication Neuroimaging & Neuroscience Lab (CoNi Lab). Rogalsky's lab has been supported by grants from the NIH, the American Heart Association, and from the GRAMMY Foundation (for her research in music perception).

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