School of Education, Communication and Language Sciences

Staff Profiles

Dr Christos Salis

Senior Lecturer in Speech & Language Sciences


PhD in Neurolinguistics (2006)

MA in Clinical Linguistic Research (2002)

BSc (Hons) Speech Pathology & Therapy (2000)


Degree Programme Director - MSc in Language Pathology

Lead of Quality in Teaching & Learning in Speech & Language Sciences

Speech & Language Therapist at Tavistock Aphasia Centre (North East)

HCPC registered (SL06768)

RCSLT member (RC0016487)


Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research

Editor (Language section)


On-going Research Projects in 2018-19:

Speech-timing analysis of spoken narratives in aphasia (with Dr Gayle DeDe, Temple University, USA)

Speech-timing analyses of memory span in aphasia (with Professor Nadine Martin, Temple University, USA)

Autobiographical memory in aphasia (with Dr Madeleine Pritchard and Dr Lucy Dipper, City University)

Functional memory measures in aphasia (with Professor Laura Murray, Western University, Canada, and Dr Jet Vonk, Columbia University, USA)


Semantic impairments in adult acquired communication disorders

Acquired dyslexia and dysgraphia

Language and cognition in normal and abnormal ageing (final year option)

Clinical supervision at the Tavistock Aphasia Centre (North East)