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Mag.a phil. Dr.in scient.med. Katrin Daniela Bartl-Pokorny
Division of Phoniatrics
EMail: katrin.bartl-pokorny(at)medunigraz.at
Tel: +43/(0)316/385-30686
http://www.idn-research.org
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Externe ID's
ORCiD: 0000-0002-2658-1056

Statistik Austria, science classification

Scientific Expertise

Awards

2016 Best Poster Award (3rd place, co-author), Symposium of the Austrian Physiological Society 2016, Contributing to the early identification of Rett syndrome: Automated analysis of vocalisations from the pre-regression period
2014 64th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting Participation and Travel Award
2014 COST ESSEA Travel Grant
2014 Noldus Information Technology Publication Award (Research Unit iDN)
2012 COST-STSM [Short Term Scientific Mission]

Appointments/Memberships in Professional Societies

2020 -2020 WGAS - Wissenschaftliche Gesellschaft Autismus Spektrum e.V.
Ordentliches Mitglied
2016 -2020 inge-st - Initiative Gehirnforschung Steiermark
Ordentliches Mitglied
2013 -2020 EMRA - Eye Movement Researchers’ Association
Ordentliches Mitglied
2013 -2020 ÖPG - Österreichische Physiologische Gesellschaft
Ordentliches Mitglied
2011 -2020 GISKID - Gesellschaft für interdisziplinäre Spracherwerbsforschung und kindliche Sprachstörungen im deutschsprachigen Raum e.V.
Ordentliches Mitglied

Editorial board appointments for scientific journals

2019 -2020 FRONTIERS IN DIGITAL HEALTH: Associate Editor

Reviewer for scientific journals

2013 -2020 DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROREHABILITATION.
2019 -2020 FRONTIERS IN COMMUNICATION
2019 -2020 HELIYON
2020 -2020 CLINICAL LINGUISTICS & PHONETICS
2020 -2020 Kindheit und Entwicklung
2020 -2020 RESEARCH IN DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
2018 -2019 NEUROSCIENCE AND BIOBEHAVIORAL REVIEWS
2018 -2018 JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL AND PHYSICAL DISABILITIES
2017 -2017 DEVELOPMENTAL MEDICINE AND CHILD NEUROLOGY

Reviewer/Expert funding organizations

2017 -2017 ÖNB - Österreichische Nationalbank - Austria

Organizer of scientific conferences, Chairs

2020 Forum Rett-Syndrom: Kommunizieren bereits Babys anders?
Organisator
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