News: I am in Ottawa, working at the Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Ottawa.
My research focuses on brain development and brain plasticity by studying the mechanisms and temporal dynamics of sound processing in infants and adults.
More specifically, I used psychological and brain imaging methods (e.g., behavioural indices, Electro-encephalography EEG, Event Related Potentials ERPs, Time Frequency analysis) to investigate pitch and rhythm processing in the brain.
My research focused on music and language. For instance, I studied the development and the effect of musical expertise on specific sound processing (e.g. speech, polyphonic sounds...) and analyzed the possibility and the extend of transfer of training from one domain to another.