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  • Phd Opportunity

    Interested in studying a PhD on the neuropsychological profile of children with childhood apraxia of speech?

    We currently have a PhD opportunity. For more information, please click here or email geneticsofspeech@mcri.edu.au.

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  • Neurology Picture

    New genes linked to childhood apraxia of speech

    Just published! We have recently published a number of genes newly associated with childhood apraxia of speech/severe speech disorder. These findings further our understanding of the heterogeneity of genetic contributions to the condition. For more information about the publication, please click here.

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  • Josh Earl

    MCRI and Josh Earl

    We have been fortunate enough to welcome a collaboration with the Melbourne based comedian Josh Earl. Josh is well known for his work in stand up, radio and television. He openly talks about his speech difficulties as a child in his stand-up routine. Josh will be working with our team to advocate for individuals with speech disorder. To learn more about Josh and his collaboration with MCRI, please click here. To learn more about Josh, please visit www.joshearl.com.au.

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  • Stuttering Picture

    Genetics of Stuttering Launch

    Recruitment for the Genetics of Stuttering study is well underway. Thank you to the 800+ individuals who have already participated! This has been a fantastic response, and participants have been true partners in helping us further refine our survey.

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    We are still recruiting!

    We are currently still recruiting for the Genetics of Speech and Genetics of Stuttering studies. If you are interested, or know someone that may be interested please do not hesitate to contact us at (03) 9936 6334 or geneticsofstuttering@mcri.edu.au

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