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SOUND SUPPORT FOR LIVES AFFECTED BY ALS

SOUND SUPPORT FOR LIVES AFFECTED BY ALS

The Stephen Hawking Foundation supports “Eat. Speak. Breathe” study

The study has now received ethics clearances from the ethics committee at Anglia Ruskin University (Cambridge, UK) and the Moscow Ethics CommitteeApproval form ETHICS Moscow Ethics Committee, which allows me to announce officially that this research is sponsored in part by The Stephen Hawking Foundation.

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I am saddened deeply by the fact that I make this announcement now, in the wake of Professor’s recent passing.

I am honored beyond measure by the level of – scientific and personal –  trust and hope put in this research.

I promise to do my best to pass this hope on.

 

Written by

Alisa Apreleva, PhD, MT-BC, NMT

Alisa Apreleva, PhD, MT-BC, NMT

International expert on harnessing the power of live and recorded music to improve people's lives. Certified music therapist, neurologic music therapist. Entrepreneur. Speaker. Performing musician, composer. Educator. Author. Storyteller. Researcher focused on vocal therapy for wellbeing and responsive music environments.

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