Adrià Rofes
I am a postdoctoral Atlantic Fellow at the Global Brain Health Institute based in the School of Psychology and the Institute of Neuroscience at Trinity College Dublin, Ireland. I hold a PhD in Cognitive Neuroscience (IDEALAB, Trento, Italy - Groningen, Netherlands - Macquarie, Australia), a MSc in Clinical Linguistics (EMCL, Groningen - Netherlands, Potsdam - Germany) and BAs in Catalan and English Philology (Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain). I am an active member of the Collaboration of Aphasia trialists (COST project) and the European Low Grade Glioma Network. I have reviewed for Aphasiology, Neurocase, NeuroImage: Clinical, Neuropsychologia, Journal of Translational Engineering in Health and Medicine and I contribute to science journalism in mappingignorance.org and culturacientifica.com

I work to enhance our understanding of brain-behaviour relations and to apply this knowledge to improve assessment and treatment protocols for brain conditions leading to aphasia.