CV Chris Code
Chris Code, MA, PhD, FRCSLT, FBPsS trained as a speech-language pathologist-therapist and holds degrees in psychology and linguistics.
He is Professorial Research Fellow in the School of Psychology, Washington Singer Labs, University of Exeter, England, Foundation Professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders (Hon) at the University of Sydney, past Research Manager for Speakability. He is also Visiting Professor at the Universities of Bremen, Germany and Louisiana at Lafayette.
He is Speakability’s National Adviser on Aphasia in the UK and is Patron of AphasiaNow. He is also co-founding Editor of the journal Aphasiology, His research interests include the neuropsychology of language and speech, psychosocial consequences of aphasia, aphasia and the evolution of language and speech, recovery and treatment of aphasia, the public awareness of aphasia, the history of aphasia, number processing and apraxia.
His awards include the 2010 Robin Tavistock Award for Services to Aphasia from The Tavistock Trust.