Australian Stuttering Research Centre


The Australian Stuttering Research Centre was established in 1996 with Professor Mark Onslow as the Director. He and senior researchers Ann Packman and Ross Menzies lead a research team of junior and mid-career researchers as well as postdoctoral research students.

The focus of our current program of research is to develop and evaluate Internet based treatments for stuttering and anxiety associated with stuttering.

A private clinic operates at the Centre providing assessment and treatment for children, adolescents and adults who stutter.

Continuing professional education in stuttering is available. The program offers workshops for speech pathologists about the Lidcombe Program, Camperdown Program, and other treatment methods.

Professor Mark Onslow and Robyn Lowe convene a tri-annual Croatian Symposium about Stuttering. The proceedings of the Third Croatian Symposium 2016 are available from our downloads page.


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