Monica is currently a postdoctoral fellow in the Language Sciences Laboratory. She received her Ph.D. from Université Laval (Quebec City, QC) in 2018. Her thesis was about the efficacy of a self-administered treatment using a smart tablet to improve anomia in post-stroke-aphasia and primary progressive aphasia. Her primary research interests are the development of novel treatment options for post-stroke aphasia and primary progressive aphasia, with a focus on measuring gains in daily life. She is currently working on studies aiming at better understanding impairments in connected speech in primary progressive aphasia, using both behavioural and neuroimaging data, in order to predict progression of the difficulties and identify specific treatment targets.