† Dr. phil. Luise Springer

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Antragstellerin FCET2EC

Uniklinik - RWTH Aachen - Lehranstalt für Logopädie

Curriculum Vitae

Akademischer Werdegang / Academic Degrees

2011

Deceased

2004
Doctoral Degree, Dr. phil., Faculty of Philosophy, RWTH Aachen University

1994
Diplom-Logopädin, Dipl.-Log., Medical Faculty, RWTH Aachen University

Beruflicher Werdegang / Occupational Career, Lecturing

2009 - 2011
Lecturer, Neurolinguistics, Neurological Department, RWTH Aachen University

1985 - 2011
Lecturer, Dept. of Special Education/Logopedics, University of Fribourg

1999 - 2008
Research Associate, University Cologne (half-time)

1977 - today
Head of the School of Logopedics, University Hospital, Aachen (since 1999 half-time)

Stipendien, Preise, Eingeworbene Fördermittel / Fellowships, Awards, Funding

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

2004 - 2008
Research associate, Interdisciplinary Research Group “Media and Cultural Communication” (SFB/FK 427), Project: “Soziale Netze im Entstehen” (Socrates-CHAT für Aphasiker), University of Cologne.
Funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG).

2005
Award of the RWTH Aachen for „exceptional scientific merits”  („Borchers-Plakette“)

2003 - 2007
Research associate, “Supervised Home Training of Dialogue Skills in Chronic Aphasia: A Randomized Parallel Group Study”.
Funded by Swiss Foundation of Rehabilitation Technology (FST), Else-Kröner-Fresenius-Stifung und Kuratorium ZNS (with Nobis-Bosch, Radermacher & Huber).

2002 - 2004
Research associate, Interdisciplinary Research Group “Media and Cultural Communication” (SFB/FK 427), Project: “Medienspezifische Störungen und Repairs” (bei Aphasie). Funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG).

1999 - 2001
Research associate, Interdisciplinary Research Group “Media and Cultural Communication” (SFB/FK 427), Project: “Orater und literater Medialitätsstil” (bei Aphasie). Funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG).

1997
Award of the „Kuratoriums ZNS“ and „Hannelore-Kohl-Stiftung“ for exceptional scientific merits in the rehabilitation of brain injured patients for the study: „Die Behandlung des schweren Agrammatismus - Reduzierte-Syntax-Therapie (REST)“ (with K.J. Schlenck and C. Schlenck).

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

Nobis-Bosch, R., Radermacher, I., Springer, L. & Huber, W. (2009). Supervidiertes Heimtraining in der Aphasietherapie: Eine randomisierte parallele Gruppenstudie zur elektronischen Lernhilfe B.A.Bar. Aphasie und verwandte Gebiete, 7-24.

Springer, L. (2008). Therapeutic Approaches in Aphasia Rehabilitation. In: Stemmer B. &. Whitaker H.A. (Eds.) Handbook of Neuroscience of Language, 397-406.

Springer, L.(2006). Medienspezifische Sprachperformanz, Idstein: Schulz-Kirchner.

Springer, L.(2006). Chancen neuer Kommunikationsmedien für Aphasiker – Eine Studie zur Partizipation von Aphasikern im SOCRATES-CHAT. Sprache-Stimme-Gehör, 30, 111-118.

Huber, W., Poeck, K. & Springer, L. (2006). Klinik und Rehabilitation der Aphasie, Stuttgart: Thieme.