Hi Ms. Rubinstein,
I got your email from the National Aphasia Association website; I'm writing to tell you about a research study at the University of Pennsylvania, in the Department of Neurology. This study explores the effectiveness of TMS (transcranial magnetic stimulation) in improving symptoms of aphasia after stroke. In case you have group members potentially interested in enrolling, I have attached a letter that our lab sends out to patients who have expressed interest in participating. You can also read about the study on our website: http://www.med.upenn.edu/lcns/research.shtml.
If it would be helpful, the principal investigators, Drs. H. Branch Coslett and Roy Hamilton, would be happy to come speak with your group and describe the study to any interested parties.
I hope to hear from you if and when it is convenient.
University of Pennsylvania
From PubMed: Dragoy, O., Akinina, Y., & Dronkers, N. (2016). *Toward a functional neuroanatomy of semantic aphasia: A history and ten new cases*.* Cortex.*...
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