Neal P. Fox

I'm a PhD student in the Department of Cognitive, Linguistic and Psychological Sciences at Brown University. My research focuses on the cognitive neuroscience of speech and language, psycholinguistics (especially speech perception and production), and computational approaches to understanding human language function (and dysfunction). My dissertation is advised by Sheila Blumstein in the Cognitive Neuroscience of Language Lab. I also have ongoing collaborations with Michael Frank, Eugene Charniak and Kathy Takayama.

In January 2016, I will be joining the Chang Lab, headed by Edward Chang, at the University of California, San Francisco.

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.
For information about the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program, see that section of my webpage.