Adam Vogel PhD is chief Science Officer and founder of Redenlab, a US-Australian medtech company. Redenlab provide digital speech testing solutions to guide decision-making in clinical trials and health research. 

Adam is also Associate Professor and Director of the Centre for Neuroscience of Speech at The University of Melbourne where his team work towards improving speech, language and swallowing function in people with progressive and acquired neurological conditions. He has held continuous NHMRC fellowships since 2009 and is currently funded by an NHMRC Dementia Fellowship. Adam is a past recipient of Humboldt Fellowship based at the Hertie Institute for Clinical Brain Research, Tübingen Germany.

Clinical training and practice

Adam holds a PhD in behavioural neuroscience from The University of Melbourne and degrees in psychology and speech science from the University of Queensland. He is an honorary speech therapist at Great Ormond Street Hospital London, where he undertook his early clinical training. Adam is a consultant speech pathologists in the Friedreich Ataxia Clinic and Cognitive Disorders Clinic (Eastern Health) in Melbourne. His group have strategic clinical research alliances with the Eastern Cognitive Disorders Clinic, the Calvary Health Service Bethlehem, the Neuropsychiatry Unit, Royal Melbourne Hospital, the University Hospital Tübingen, Germany, Usher Institute of Population Health Sciences and Informatics at The University of Edinburgh, City University, London, Department of Neurology at the University of California San Francisco as well as The University of Texas at Austin. Adam's work has been recognized through awards from the Bethlehem Griffiths Research Foundation, the Australian Speech Science & Technology Association and the Australian Institute of Policy and Science.

Are you looking to complete a PhD in the Centre for Neuroscience of Speech?

Your first step would be to look here - Future students 

The minimum requirements for undertaking a PhD as well as information on the application process can be found here - Standards and admissions

Are you aware of the fees for international students? As of 2016, they are about $40,000 Australian per year

Here are some links for scholarships at Melbourne - IPCA and MIRS

In order to be accepted into a PhD program, The University of Melbourne require a First Class equivalent grade point average (i.e., overall average for the past two years of study equal to or above 80%).

Because of the requirements for highly effective communication in projects run within my lab, I require potential students to achieve an average IELTS score of 8.0 (written 8.5 with no band less than 8.0).