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Lena Hartelius

Professor/ speach therapist

Lena Hartelius
Professor/ speach therapist
+46 31 786 6883

Room number: A622
Postal Address: Box 455, 40530 Göteborg
Visiting Address: Arvid wallgrens backe hus 1 o 2 , 41346 Göteborg

Department of Health and Rehabilitation at Institute of Neuroscience and Physiology (More Information)
Box 455
405 30 Göteborg
Visiting Address: Arvid Wallgrens backe hus 1 O 2 , 413 46 Göteborg

About Lena Hartelius

Present employment

Since 1999 employed as senior lecturer (universitetslektor) and became associate professor (docent) in 2003 and professor in 2010. The position is conjoint with the Neuro Care Division at Sahlgrenska University Hospital. Previous experiences include doctoral studies and post-doc year at the University of Washington, Seattle, USA and Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australien.

Teaching interests

Lectures on acquired speech disorders, supervises master’s theses and PhD students (Malin Antonsson, Emma Forsgren).

Research interests

Research is being focused on two long-term projects. (1) ITA – Measures of speech Intelligibility, Timing and Articulation in individuals with speech disorders (follow link) and (2) Increased communication ability after stroke (including rTMS and communicative interaction, follow link).

Read more about Lena Hartelius' research projects

Latest publications

Assessment of voice, speech and communication changes associated with cervical spinal cord injury
K. Johansson, A. Seiger, M. Forsen, J. H. Nilsson, Lena Hartelius et al.
International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders, Journal article 2018
Journal article

Speech and Communication Changes Reported by People with Parkinson's Disease
E. Schalling, K. Johansson, Lena Hartelius
Folia Phoniatrica Et Logopaedica, Journal article 2017
Journal article

Signs of dysarthria in adults with 22q11.2 deletion syndrome
Christina Persson, Katja Laakso, Hannah Edwardsson, Johanna Lindblom, Lena Hartelius
American Journal of Medical Genetics, Part A, Journal article 2017
Journal article

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Short-term effects of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation on speech and voice in individuals with Parkinson's disease.
Lena Hartelius, P Svantesson, A Hedlund, Björn Holmberg, David Revesz et al.
Folia phoniatrica et logopaedica : official organ of the International Association of Logopedics and Phoniatrics (IALP), Journal article 2010
Journal article


Communication and health-related quality of life in individuals receiving home mechanical ventilation
Katja Laakso, Agneta Markström, Lena Hartelius
International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation , Journal article 2009
Journal article

Aphasia and Computerised Writing Aid Supported Treatment.
Ingrid Behrns, Asa Wengelin, Lena Hartelius
EARLI/SIG Writing Conference in Amsterdam, 25-29 August, 2009, Conference paper 2009
Conference paper

Communication and quality of life in individuals receiving home mechanical ventilation
Katja Laakso, Agneta Markström, Lena Hartelius
2009 ERS Annual Congress, Wien, Österrike, 12-16 september, Poster 2009

A comparison between written and spoken narratives in aphasia.
Ingrid Behrns, Asa Wengelin, Malin Broberg, Lena Hartelius
Clinical linguistics & phonetics, Journal article 2009
Journal article

Ventilator-supported communication – a case study of patient and staff experiences
Katja Laakso, Lena Hartelius, Markus Idvall
Journal of Medical Speech - Language Pathology, Journal article 2009
Journal article


A longitudinal study of dysarthria in spinocerebellar ataxia (SCA) - aspects of articulatin, prosody and voice
Ellika Schalling, Britta Hammarberg, Lena Hartelius
Journal of Medical Speech-Language Pathology, Journal article 2008
Journal article

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