Flga. Carolina Mendez O.

Fonoaudiología

Cargo


Profesor Asistente

Formación de pregrado:

Fonoaudióloga, Universidad Mayor.
Licenciada en Fonoaudiología, Universidad Mayor.

Formación de postgrado:

  • MSc in Neurosciences and Cognition, Utrecht University, Utrecht, The Netherlands.
  • PhD in Brain Imaging in Language.
  • Research: Functional MRI of language processing
    and recovery, Erasmus MC – University Medical Center Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

Linea de trabajo/investigación:

Trastornos de la comunicación en adultos.

Publicaciones últimos 3 años:

Crossed Cerebro-Cerebellar Language Lateralization: an Additional Diagnostic Feature for Assessing Atypical Language Representation in Presurgical Functional MR Imaging. C.P Méndez Orellana, E.G Visch-Brink, M. Vernooij, S. Kalloe, D Satoer, A Vincent, A van der Lugt, M Smits. American Journal of Neuroradiology 2014 DOI: 10.3174/ajnr.A4147

Decreased relative contribution to language processing of the right hemisphere after language therapy assessed with fMRI in chronic aphasia patients. C.P Méndez Orellana, E.G Visch-Brink, M DeJong-Hagelstein, P Koudstaal, A van der Lugt, M Smits. Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences, 61, 20–21. DOI:10.1016/j.sbspro.2012.10.060

Insight into the neurophysiological processes of melodically intoned language with functional MRI C.P Méndez Orellana, M.E. Sandt-Koenderman, E Saliasi, I Meulen, S Klip Aad Lugt Marion Smits. Brain and Behavior 2014 DOI: 10.1002/brb3.245

Role of the right hemisphere after language therapy in chronic aphasic patients: an fMRI study. C.P Méndez Orellana, Visch-Brink E.G, DeJong-Hagelstein M, Koudstaal P, Van der Lugt A, Smits M. Stem, Spraak en Taalpathologie Vol.17, 2012, Supplement 2, pp 93-95 32.8310/

Supplement2/1712-i Functional MRI in language processing: basic principles and clinical insights. Het (voor)beeldig brein. C.P Méndez Orellana, E.G Vish-Brink, M Smits. Edited by E Robert, E Visch-Brink, A Beeckman. Chapter 3, pages 94-144 Garant, Antwerpen, Belgium (2013). ISBN 978-90-441-3026-3

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