Prof. Dr. phil. Tanja Grewe

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Antragstellerin, Therapie-Supervisorin FCET2EC

Hochschule Fresenius, Fachbereich Gesundheit & Soziales, Idstein

Kontakt

Tel.:         + 49 (0) 6126 93 52 917
Fax:         + 49 (0) 6126 93 52 174
Email:     grewe[at]hs-fresenius.de

Curriculum Vitae

Akademischer Werdegang / Academic Degrees

2008       

Nomination as Professor for Speech and Language Pathology, Hochschule Fresenius University of Applied Sciences, Faculty of Health, Idstein

2006       

Doctoral Degree, Dr. phil. [Ph.D.], University of Marburg

2001       

Master of Arts [M.A.], Clinical Linguistics (Linguistics and Psychology), University of Bielefeld

Beruflicher Werdegang / Occupational Career, Lecturing

2008 - today          

Professor for Speech and Language Pathology, Hochschule Fresenius University of Applied Sciences, Faculty of Health, Idstein

2008 - today          

Vice Dean of Department of Speech and Language Pathology, Hochschule Fresenius University of Applied Sciences, Faculty of Health, Idstein

2007 - 2008           

Research Assistant, Department of Speech and Language Pathology, Hochschule Fresenius University of Applied Sciences, Faculty of Health, Idstein

2007                        

Postdoctoral Fellow, Junior Research Group Neurotypology, Max-Planck-Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig

2005 - 2006           

Lecturer, Department of Germanic Linguistics, University of Marburg

2004 - 2006           

PhD Student, Independent Research Group Neurolinguistics, Department of Germanic Linguistics, University of Marburg

2001 - 2003           

Clinical Linguist, Department of Speech and Language Pathology, Hardtwaldklinik, Bad Zwesten

2000 - 2001           

Clinical Linguist, Neurological Department, Klinikum Lippe–Lemgo, Lemgo

Stipendien, Preise, Eingeworbene Fördermittel

2017

Research Prize of the German Society for Neurotraumatology and Clinical Neurorehabilitation (DGNR)

2012 - 2015

National multicenter clinical trial "From controlled experimental trial to everyday communication: How effective is intensive aphasia therapy under routine clinical conditions?" funded by the BMBF

2007                         

Postdoctoral Fellowship, Junior Research Group Neurotypology

Funded by the Max-Planck-Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig

2006                         

Graduate Student Award 2006, Funded by the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, “Linguistic prominence: The influence of linearization principles on Broca’s area“

2004 - 2006           

PhD Scholarship, Independent Research Group Neurolinguistics, Department of Germanic Linguistics, University of Marburg

Funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG), Graduate program „Neuronal representation and action control (NeuroAct)“

Fünf relevante Publikationen der letzten fünf Jahre / Five relevant publications of the past five years

Breitenstein, C., Grewe, T., Flöel, A., Ziegler, W., Springer, L., Martus, P., Huber, W., Willmes, K., Ringelstein, E. B., Haeusler, K. G., Abel, S., Glindemann, R., Domahs, F., Regenbrecht, F., Schlenck, K.-J., Thomas, M., Obrig, H., de Langen, E., Rocker, R., Wigbers, F., Rühmkorf, C., Hempen, I., List, J., & Baumgaertner, A. with the FCET2EC study group (2017). Intensive speech and language therapy in patients with chronic aphasia after stroke: a randomised, open-label, blinded-endpoint, controlled trial in a health-care setting. Lancet, 389, 1528–38. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0140-6736(17)30067-3;

Please additionally refer to: Breitenstein, C., Martus, P., Willmes, K., Ziegler, W., & Baumgaertner, A. (2017). Intensive speech and language therapy after stroke - Authors' reply. Lancet, 390(10091), 228-229.

Breitenstein, C., & Baumgärtner, A. mit der FCET2EC Autorengruppe: Grewe, T., Flöel, A., Ziegler, W., Springer, L., Martus, P., Huber, W., Willmes, K., Ringelstein, E. B., Haeusler, K. G., Abel, S., Glindemann, R., Domahs, F., Regenbrecht, F., Schlenck, K.-J., Thomas, M., Obrig, H., de Langen, E., Rocker, R., Wigbers, F., Rühmkorf, C., Hempen, I., List, J. (2017). Wie wirksam ist intensive integrative Sprachtherapie nach einem Schlaganfall? Sprachtherapie aktuell: Forschung - Wissen -Transfer: Schwerpunktthema: Intensive Sprachtherapie (4)1: e2017-06; http://sprachtherapie-aktuell.de/files/e2017-06_Breitenstein_Baumgaertner.pdf; Zugriff am 30.01.2018

Baumgaertner, A., Grewe, T., Ziegler, W., Floel, A., Springer, L., Martus, P., & Breitenstein, C. (2013). FCET2EC (From controlled experimental trial to=2 everyday communication): How effective is intensive integrative therapy for stroke-induced chronic aphasia under routine clinical conditions? A study protocol for a randomized controlled trial. Trials, 14, 308. http://www.trialsjournal.com/content/14/1/308; Zugriff am 30.01.2018.

Corsten, S. & Grewe, T. (2017). Logopädie in der Geriatrie. Stuttgart: Thieme.

Bornkessel-Schlesewsky, I., Philipp, M., Alday, P.M., Kretzschmar, F., Grewe, T., Gumpert, M., Schumacher, P.B. & Schlesewsky, M. (2015). Age-related changes in predictive capacity versus internal model adaptability: electrophysiological evidence that individual differences outweigh effects of age. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, 7, 217, 1-13.