Carole Anglade, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor,
School of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology, Université de Montréal
Researcher, CRIR - Institut universitaire sur la réadaptation en déficience physique de Montréal (IURDPM), Lindsay pavilion, CIUSSS du Centre-Sud-de-l'Île-de-Montréal

Phone: 514 343-6111, poste 13678




  • Certificate of Ability in Speech Therapy, Pierre and Marie Curie University (France) – 2008
  • Master’s degree in speech-language pathology, University of Montreal (Canada) – 2010
  • PhD in Biomedical Sciences, University of Montreal (Canada) – 2020
  • Post-doctorate, University of Sherbrooke (Canada) – 2022

Research interests

Aphasia, social participation, innovation, telerehabilitation, qualitative research.


LAIR: Laboratory for Aphasia, Innovation and Rehabilitation

Additional information

Professor Anglade has been working closely with the aphasia community since 2010, whether locally with organizations such as the Théâtre Aphasique or the Association Québécoise des Personnes Aphasiques, or at the provincial level with AphasieQuébec.

Relevant external links

REPAR (Réseau provincial de recherche en adaptation-réadaptation)
CUOA (University Clinic in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology)

Selected publications

Anglade, C., Breton, M., Simard, F., Fitzpatrick, T., Fitzpatrick, M., Bruneau, G., & Gaboury, I. (2022). Development and Implementation of an Interprofessional Digital Platform to Increase Therapeutic Adherence: Protocol for a Mixed Design Study. JMIR Research Protocols, 11(8).  [doi] OPEN ACCESS

Anglade, C., Tousignant, M., & Gaboury, I. (2022). Rigorous Qualitative Research Involving Data Collected Remotely From People With Communication Disorders: Experience From a Telerehabilitation Trial. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair. [doi] OPEN ACCESS

Anglade, C., Le Dorze, G., & Croteau, C. (2020). How clerks understand the requests of people living with aphasia in service encounters. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 1-16. [doi]

Anglade, C., Le Dorze, G., & Croteau, C. (2019). Service encounter interactions of people living with moderate-to-severe post-stroke aphasia in their community. Aphasiology, 33(9), 1061-1082. [doi]

Zumbansen, A., Peretz, I., Anglade, C., Bilodeau, J., Généreux, S., Hubert, M., & Hébert, S. (2017). Effect of choir activity in the rehabilitation of aphasia: A blind, randomised, controlled pilot study. Aphasiology, 31(8), 879- 900. [doi]

Research orientation

Axis 2: Participation, Social Inclusion and Rehabilitation Services

Research topic

Thème 1 : The person, their entourage and the community

Research Site

CRIR - Institut universitaire sur la réadaptation en déficience physique de Montréal (IURDPM), CIUSSS du Centre-Sud-de-l'Île-de-Montréal

University Affiliation