Professor of Language Disorders and Clinical Neuropsychology
University of Cyprus
Dr. Fofi Constantinidou is a certified speech language pathologist, a certified brain injury specialist and a Fellow of ACRM and ASHA. She is Professor of Language Disorders and Clinical Neuropsychology, Department of Psychology and Director of the Center for Applied Neuroscience at the University of Cyprus. Her research focuses in the area of acquired adult neurological disorders and their effects on intellectual and cognitive abilities, in particular learning, memory, executive systems, and categorization. Dr. Constantinidou has published extensively on brain injury and aging. She is Chair of the International Networking Group of ACRM and member of the Board of Governors of ACRM. She is the national sponsor for the clinical trials of the EU project Sense-Cog.