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Pascale Tremblay wins the 2018 Early Career Award from the Society for the Neurobiology of Language

The Society for the Neurobiology of Language announced the awarding of the Early Career Award 2018 to Pascale Tremblay, researcher at the CERVO Brain Research Centre.  This prize is given yearly to two researchers who have distinguished themselves by the quality of their scientific and academic work which follows the values of the Society.


The work of Professor Pascale Tremblay aims to understand the production and perception of language, and the evolution and modification of communication with age. Because language is a complex process, Dr. Tremblay is advancing this field through an innovative multidisciplinary approach that integrates data from multiple disciplines including cognitive neuroscience, linguistics, and rehabilitation, and utilising multiple methodological approaches, including neuroimaging, brain stimulation and behavioral approaches.