Division of Sensory Organs and Communication (SOK)
At the division, research focusing on human communication is carried out.
Photo credit Thor BalkhedThe main areas of research are interaction involving people with communicative disabilities, speech and language disorders in children and applied hearing research.
Upcoming events at SOK
19 December 2023
Abbas Al-Hawasi, Department of Biomedical and Clinical Sciences, defends his doctoral thesis "Retinal ganglion cell examination with Optical Coherence Tomography reflects physiological and pathological changes in the eye and the brain". Opponent is Professor Per Söderberg, Uppsala University. The defense takes place in the hall Hugo Theorell, Campus US, Linköping. Supervisor Neil Lagali is the contact person for the dissertation.