Argye E. Hillis, MD, MA, FANA

Johns Hopkins University

Argye E. Hillis is a Professor of Neurology, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, and Cognitive Science at Johns Hopkins.  She was a Speech-Language Pathologist and Director of Neurological Rehabilitation prior to medical training, and continues to focus on studies of aphasia and cognitive recovery.  Her research combines longitudinal functional and structural imaging with detailed cognitive and language assessments to reveal the dynamic neural networks that underlie language and cognitive functions.  Her lab studies changes from acute stroke through the first year of recovery, to improve our understanding how language and cognitive functions recover after stroke and how to facilitate recovery.


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