Hi! I'm a PhD student at Brown University in the Department of Cognitive, Linguistic and Psychological Sciences. I am interested in psycholinguistics, cognitive neuroscience of language, and computational linguistics. Most of my research focuses on speech perception and production in healthy adults and in patients with brain damage leading to aphasia. "Tools of the trade" include behavioral experiments, functional neuroimaging methodologies, and formal computational models (e.g., Bayesian/probabilistic generative models, neural network models).
I have also consulted with businesses regarding natural language processing, computational modeling with "big data" and statistical analysis.
Before coming to Brown, I was an undergraduate and then a research fellow at the University of Virginia.
My graduate work has been funded by the National Science Foundation and the Brown Institute for Brain Science, as well as by Brown University.
For information and advice about the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program, see that section of my webpage.
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