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关于我们

老龄化与语言衰老是世界老龄化程度不断加剧背景下亟需关注的问题之一。同济大学老龄语言与看护研究中心是一家瞄准中国人口老龄化问题及老龄科学发展前沿,以基于多模态数据的研究为特色,对老龄化及语言蚀失、脑神经疾病、老年心理、老年看护等问题进行学术研究、人才培养及社会服务的专门机构。

同时,中心成立“拾忆”认知障碍公益服务团队(点击阅读相关简介),参与上海市老年认知障碍友好社区建设项目,定期在上海社区开展认知障碍的知识普及、评估筛查、认知康复、调查研究等社会实践,编撰发布《上海社区认知障碍公益科普手册》、研发“拾忆认知”微信线上小程序。

  

主要任务

中心在语言学、医学、老年学、心理学、社会学、管理学等多学科背景下,形成了从基础研究、临床应用到社区服务的发展路线图,主要任务包括:开展健康老年人、认知症等特殊群体老年人的言语行为特征、认知方式及病理机制等基础性研究;结合人工智能技术进行认知症早期辅助诊断、认知训练、病程管理、数据库建设等方面的研发工作;参与认知症筛查、老龄化社区建设等服务,为社会治理创新与精细化管理提供智库建议。

  

发展概况

中心已形成了从基础研究、临床应用到健康服务的发展路线图。成员主持或参与国家自然科学基金项目、国家社科基金项目、教育部人文社科项目等纵向及横向项目多项,已在国际SCISSCIEI或国内CSSCI等检索期刊或国内外知名出版社发表或出版论著、文集。中心举办了以多模态与老龄语言研究为专题的全国学术论坛,并策划出版“多模态与特殊人群话语丛书”。

  

未来愿景

中心将持续开展扎实的基础性研究,并积极实现产学研合作与创新成果转化,联手合作单位培养青年人才,对接社区健康服务。力争从学术研究、人才培养与社会服务等多个方面为我国老龄事业发展、实现人口积极老龄化贡献力量。

  

核心成员

中心已初步形成多学科、多领域背景的科研队伍,成员单位包括:

  • 同济大学外国语学院

  • 同济大学医学院

  • 同济大学附属同济医院

  • 同济大学附属养志康复医院

  • 中国社会科学院语言研究所

  • 北京外国语大学人工智能与人类语言重点实验室

  • 科大讯飞股份有限公司

  • 上海剪爱公益发展中心

  • 上海博斯腾网络科技有限公司


中心主任、首席专家

顾曰国  中国社会科学院研究员、同济大学兼职教授

中心秘书长:

   黄立鹤  同济大学副教授

其他核心成员(按姓氏拼音音序排列):

   郑加麟  同济大学医学院院长、教授

   靳令经  同济大学附属养志康复医院院长、主任医师

   李云霞  同济大学附属同济医院主任医师、副教授

   张  惟  香港城市大学研究员、同济大学老龄语言与看护研究中心客座研究员

郭亚东  同济大学副教授

王  婷  同济大学副教授

   凌震华  语音及语言信息处理国家工程实验室主任助理、副教授

   祖漪清  科大讯飞研究院高级研究员

   汤  彬  上海剪爱公益发展中心创始人、主任

   夏欢欢  博斯腾科技副总裁、认知干预专家组组长

  

开展项目:

  成员围绕中心主要任务,主持或参与了一系列基础研究、应用研发及社会服务项目,包括:

1)国家社科基金重点项目“基于老年多模态语料库老年语言能力与语言障碍研究”

2)国家社科基金项目“基于多模态语料库的阿尔茨海默症老年人语用能力蚀失研究”

3)国家社科基金项目“基于多模态语料库的正常老年人和老年阿尔茨海默病患者语言蚀失及大脑机制对比研究”

4)国家自然科学基金项目“亚甲蓝在P13K/AKT信号通路中保护慢性脑低灌注致神经血管单元损害中的作用”

5)国家语委科研规划后期资助项目“老龄化与老年语言学引论”

6)教育部人文社会科学研究基金项目“基于多模态语料库的智退症老年人言语行为研究”

7)教育部人文社会科学研究基金项目“阿尔茨海默症患者话语互动中的身份意识蚀失研究”

8)中央高校基本科研业务费专项资金项目“面向认知障碍评估的老年人言语行为多模态研究及常模构建”

9)中央高校基本科研业务费专项资金项目“阿尔兹海默症人群言语能力衰退的表现、病理及配合治疗研究”

10)中国社会科学院登峰学科项目“现代汉语多模态语料库老年语言学子库建设”

11)同济大学-科大讯飞脑智同飞联合研究中心项目“基于多模态大数据的老年认知障碍自动检测方法与系统研发”

12)上海市老年认知障碍友好社区建设项目


合作交流

   中心积极拓展与境内外相关机构的合作。除上述境内合作机构外,成员已与加拿大渥太华大学、澳大利亚悉尼科技大学、德国科隆大学、中国台湾“中研院”、中国台湾中正大学、香港理工大学等单位进行了形式多样的合作交流。目前,中心正积极寻求与相关领域的世界高水平研究机构建立战略合作伙伴关系。


联系方式

   欢迎海内外研究机构、研究人员与本中心开展学术交流和合作!

   联系人:中国上海市四平路1239号同济大学同文楼 黄立鹤 副教授

               +86 021-65984987   ageing@tongji.edu.cn



TONGJI UNIVERSITY-RESEARCH CENTER FOR AGING, LANGUAGE AND CARE

 

About Us

The Research Center for Aging, Language and Care at Tongji University was created to address the important issues of language aging and cognitive preservation in the context of global aging, with a particular focus on China’s aging population and the frontiers in aging studies. The Center is among the first independent institutions of its kind in China to adopt multimodal approaches and conduct academic research, personnel training and social services in the field of language aging, cognitive decline, and gerontology.

  

Our Mission

       Utilizing multifaceted disciplinary approaches including linguistics, medicine, gerontology, psychology, sociology and management, the Center conducts fundamental research on linguistic behavior, cognitive pattern and pathomechanism of seniors with dementia. The Center also carries out research and development on early diagnosis, cognitive training, disease management and database construction with the help of Artificial Intelligence technology. We also screen for cognitive impairment and participate in social services, as well as providing think tank suggestions for governments on aging-friendly community construction and aging society management.

  

Center’s Achievements

The Center has formulated a detailed roadmap covering basic research, clinical applications and health services. Our members have published widely in SCI, SSCI, EI or CSSCI indexing journals or manuscripts with reputable publishers entitled “Multimodality and Special People Speech Studies Series”. The Center has organized several high-level forums on multimodal and language aging studies and actively engaged itself in the development of computer-aided cognitive assessment system and provided the community with health service based on the research outcomes.

  

Our Vision

As a leading innovative research institution in China, the Center works closely with the academic, clinical, and industrial sectors to carry out research that aims to promote active aging of the growing population of China’s aging seniors.

  

Team Members

The Center has an interdisciplinary research team, consisting of members from the following organizations:

School of Foreign Languages, Tongji University

School of Medicine, Tongji University

Tongji Hospital affiliated with Tongji University

Yangzhi Rehabilitation Hospitdal affiliated with Tongji University

Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

BFSU Key Laboratory of Artificial Intelligence and Human Language Development

IFLY TEK Co., Ltd

Shanghai Jian Ai Charity

Shanghai BestCovered Technology Co., Ltd.

 

Center Director, Chief Expert:
Prof. Dr. Yueguo Gu, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences/Tongji University

General Secretary

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Lihe Huang, Tongji University

Key Members of Research Team:

Prof. Dr. Jialin Zheng, Dean of School of Medicine, Tongji University

Prof. Dr. Lingjing Jin, President and Chief Physician of Yangzhi Rehabilitation Hospitdal

Prof. Dr. Yunxia Li, Chief Physician, Tongji Hospital

Dr. Wei Zhang, Guest Research Professor of the Research Center for Aging, Language and Care

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Yadong Guo, Tongji University

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ting Wang, Tongji University

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Zhenhua Ling, Assistant Director of National Engineering Laboratory for Speech and Language Information Processing

Dr. Yiqing Zu, Senior Research Fellow of IFLY TEK Research Institute

Mr. Bin Tang, Founder and Director of Shanghai Jian Ai Charity

Dr. Huanhuan Xia, Vice President of Shanghai BestCovered Technology

 

Granted Programs

     The team members have hosted or participated in a series of granted programs for fundamental research, application development and social services. These programs include:

·           National Social Sciences Foundation Key Project A Multimodal Corpus-based Study of Linguistic Ability and Disorder of Chinese Elders

·           National Social Sciences Foundation Project “A Multimodal Corpus-based Study of the Pragmatic Competence of Elderly Patients with Alzheimer's Disease”

·           National Social Sciences Foundation Project A Multimodal Corpus-based Study of Langauge Ageing and Cognitive Mechanism for Healthy and AD Elders

·           National Natural Science Foundation of China Project The Function of Methvlene Blue Protecting the Neurovascular Unit Damage Caused by Chronic Cerebral Hypoterfusion in P13K/AKT Signaling Pathway

·           National Language Commission Project Introduction to Ageing and Gerontolinguistics

·           China’s Ministry of Education Project of Humanities and Social Sciences “A Multimodal Corpus-based Study of Speech Acts of Elderly Patients with Alzheimer's Disease”

·           China's Ministry of Education Project of Humanities and Social Sciences A Study of Identity Attrition in the Discourse of AD Patients

·           Fundamental Research Fund for the Central Universities “A Multimodal Study of Speech Acts and Norm Construction of Elderly Patients with Alzheimer's Disease: Towards Cognitive Impairment Assessment”

·           Fundamental Research Fund for the Central Universities “A Study of Linguistic Competence, pathological mechanism and supplementary treatment of AD patients”

·           Chinese Academy of Social Sciences Project Construction of Gerontolinguistics Corpus affiliated to SCCSD

·           Tongji University-iFLYTEK Brain & AI Institute Project “Multimodal-and-Bigdata-based Development of Automatic Assessment System for Elders with Cognitive Impairment”

·           Shanghai Elderly Cognitive Impairment Friendly Community Construction Program

  

Global Partners

     The Center has long been expanding its cooperation with related organizations both at home and abroad. Its members have already developed various kinds of cooperation and exchanges with several renowned institutions such as the University of Ottawa (Canada), the University of Technology Sydney (Australia), University of Cologne (Germany), Academia Sinica (Taiwan, China), National Chung Cheng University (Taiwan, China) and Hong Kong Polytechnic University.

  

Contact Us

The Center is seeking to create global partnerships with like-minded organizations!

Contact us:

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Lihe Huang

TEL: +86 021-65984987

E-mail: ageing@tongji.edu.cn

Tongwen Building, Tongji University, No. 1239 Siping Road, Shanghai, China



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