Department of Rehabilitation Sciences
Cyprus University of Technology
Dr. Kambanaros is a certified bilingual English–Greek Speech Pathologist with over 25 years of clinical experience and academic appointments in Greece and Cyprus. She received her bachelor degree in speech pathology and later on her PhD qualification from Flinders University of South Australia (Australia), School of Medicine, Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology.
Her research interests are related to acquired and developmental language impairments in bi-multilingual speakers, predominantly as related to the lexicon, with an emphasis on assessment and treatment outcomes.
Kambanaros Maria, Michalis Michaelides, Kleanthes K Grohmann (2015) Measuring Word Retrieval Deficits in a Multilingual Child with SLI. Is There a Better Language? Journal of Neurolinguistics 34: 112–130.
Kambanaros Maria, Emmanouil Anyfantis, Lambros Messinis, Grigoris Nasios, Ioanna-Eleni Virvidaki (2015). Evaluation and Management of Speech and Language Disorders in Alzheimer’s Dementia. Hellenic Journal of Nuclear Medicine 18: 201–206.
Antoniou, Kyriakos, Kleanthes K, Maria Kambanaros, Napoleon Katsos (2016). The Effect of Childhood Bilectalism and Multilingualism on Executive Control. Cognition 149: 18–30.