The next BAS conference will take place at the University of Sheffield in mid November 2018, further information coming soon.
The British Aphasiology Society invites entries for its annual Student Project Prize and Student Essay/Case Report Prize.
The BAS Student Project Prize: £300 will be awarded for the best student project on any topic relating to acquired aphasia. The prize will be divided £200 to the winning student and £100 to his/her educational establishment. The project or dissertation should have been submitted as part of the normal examination procedure in the final year of an undergraduate or postgraduate course (Masters level).
The BAS Student Essay/Case Report Prize: £150 will be awarded for the best essay or case report on any topic relating to acquired aphasia. Entrants should be undergraduate or postgraduate students (masters level). The prize will be divided on the basis of £100 to the winning student and £50 to his/her educational establishment.
Guidelines and applicaton forms for the student prizes are available on the BAS web page http://www.bas.org.uk/index.php/prizes/
The closing date for both prizes is Friday 20thth July 2018. Submissions can only be accepted in electronic format and should be sent to email@example.com. Alternatively, you can contact:
Dr. Stefanie Abel, Clinical Senior Lecturer in Cognitive Neuroscience of Speech and Language, BAS Student Prize Coordinator, Neuroscience and Aphasia Research Unit (NARU), School of Biological Sciences, University of Manchester, Brunswick Street, Manchester M13 9PL.
We are delighted to announce the next Research Update Meeting at Birmingham University on April 27th 2018. The call for presentations has been extended to the 9th February 2018, please see the attached document.
Please address any questions you have regarding this event by email to firstname.lastname@example.org