The International Conference on Stuttering is the largest conference in Italy entirely dedicated to stuttering that brings together leading experts from universities and the most advanced research and treatment centers around the world, in a refined and meticulous context details.
Borned in 2012, every three years, the Conference aims to outline the state of the art of the progress made in the clinical and research fields on disorders of verbal fluency.
The International Conference on Stuttering boasts a highly prestigious international scientific committee, composed by:
- Prof. Ehud Yairi (Illinois University, USA e University of Tel Aviv, Israele)
- Prof. Mark Onslow (Australian Stuttering Research Centre, University of Technology Sydney)
- Prof.ssa Donatella Tomaiuoli (La Sapienza – University of Rome and University of Rome Tor Vergata)
- Prof. Kurt Eggers (Thomas More UC Belgium & Turku U Finland)
The topics addressed, in the context of the conference, range from the progress of research on the etiology of stuttering, to the diagnosis and assessment of stuttering for pre-schoolers and adults, to early diagnosis, to the effectiveness of different approaches and different methods of treatment.
An important space is reserved for social events which, to crown each day of the Conference, aim to discover the Territory and its beauties and to encourage exchanges between keynote speakers, presenters, and participants from which often lead to fruitful collaborations.