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UK recruitment is open! We are looking for people from the UK who who have ever experienced stammering, to take volunteer for our international genetics study! Our study is aiming to uncover the genes that predispose individuals to stammering. This work could revolutionise future research into the causes, and biology of stuttering. We are also…

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A personal perspective on stuttering by Sarah Horton, speech pathologist, PhD student and person who stutters. We often use the iceberg analogy to describe stuttering. Above the surface are the parts of stuttering that are observable to those around us: sound and word repetitions, prolongations, blocks, and those tic-like movements of our bodies that can…

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New paper from the team: insights from the Australian arm of our study!

Insights into the everyday experiences of people who stutter We are very excited to share with you our recent paper: “Self-reported impact of developmental stuttering across the lifespan” in Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology. Through the Genetics of Stuttering Study, we are collecting a wealth of information from people who stutter (PWS), about the nature…

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