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Corianne Rogalsky

Assistant Professor, Speech and Hearing Science


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  • 2008, Ph.D. Psychology, University of California


Dr. Rogalsky is an Assistant Professor in Arizona State University's Department of Speech and Hearing Science, College of Health Solutions. Dr. Rogalsky joined ASU in 2013. Her research aims to understand the brain networks that support human communication, particularly after a brain injury such as a stroke. Dr. Rogalsky received her PhD from the Department of Cognitive Sciences at the University of California, Irvine and completed postdoctoral training in cognitive neuroscience at the University of Southern California and the University of California, Irvine.

Dr. Rogalsky's Communication Neuroimaging and Neuroscience Laboratory is the data-hub for the NIH-funded Multi-site Aphasia Research Consortium. Her work has widespread implications regarding treatment and diagnosis of language disorders following brain injury, and also answers basic questions regarding the neuroscience of language and music.

Research Interests

  • Neurobiology of human communication
  • Language & cognitive recovery after stroke
  • Aphasia
  • Neuroimaging-guided personalized medicine & rehabilitation
  • Neuroscience of music
  • Neurobiology of syntax & sentence comprehension
  • Functional MRI, structural MRI & diffusion tensor imaging

Research Activity

  • Reddy, Corianne Rogalsky. Musical Facilitation of Speech Comprehension in Stroke (ASUF 30006112). ASU FDN (4/1/2014 - 12/31/2015).
  • Reddy, Corianne Rogalsky. Subcontract with UC-Irvine: Neurobiology of Auditory Language Perception. UNIV OF CA AT IRVINE (3/1/2014 - 8/31/2016).