Lynda Kennedy
  • Shore Road, Jordanstown Campus

    BT37 0QB Newtownabbey

    United Kingdom

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Dr. Lynda Kennedy is a lecturer and researcher in Speech and Language Therapy in the School of Health Sciences and a member of the Modern Languages and Linguistics research unit at Ulster. She obtained her PhD from Ulster University in 2017 titled 'Broca's aphasia: Syntax and beyond'. Lynda's research interests include experimental and clinical linguistics more generally. In particular, her research to date has focussed on sentence comprehension in aphasia and typical child language development and multilingualism.

She is a core member of the Ulster Centre on Multilingualism (UCoM) and a co-investigator on the affiliated project 'Language Made Fun' developed to support the English Language Development of migrant and refugee children in association Barnardos' NI Children's Charity and funded by the Big Lottery Fund. 

Education/Academic qualification


Award Date: 18 Dec 2017


Award Date: 17 Dec 2012


Award Date: 30 Jun 2010

External positions

Secretary of the Acquired Communication CEN NI


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