At the Cognition, Brain, & Language Lab our mission is to uncover how the brain works to support our most human-like skills: thinking and communicating. Our goals are to investigate the functional neural organization of these networks in neurotypicals and to better understand how they may change after a traumatic brain injury, such as concussion. Through this research, our lab aims to prepare undergraduate research assistants for future careers in science, medicine, research, and clinical practice.

CBL Lab in the News

Northeast Concussion Summit featured in BW Exponent
October 2019
Lab featured in BW Exponent
February 2018
CBL Lab featured on BW news
January 2018
Dr. Ledwidge speaks on Ohio NPR about concussions
September 2017


Student researchers inducted into Dayton C. Miller Honor Society
December 2019
Northeast Ohio Concussion Summit Review
October 2019
Lab publishes paper in Journal of Neuroscience Education
November 2018
CBL and BW Speech Clinic receive grant to fund concussion education and research
November 2018
Ramsey presents thesis research at mGluRs
September 2018
Dr. Ledwidge speaks on CTE panel following Cleveland screenplay, "Down By Contact"
September 2018
Dr. Ledwidge publishes paper on Sports-concussion and language
July 2018
Visiting RA Andrew Mizerowski, joins CBL Lab from UofM for summer research
June 2018
RA, Adam Ramsey, defends PSY thesis, graduates with honors
May 2018
CBL Lab presents language research at CNS in Boston
March 2018
Dr. Ledwidge joins editorial board at Annals of Behavioral Neuroscience
March 2018

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