I am a research associate at the Center for Neuroscience in Education in the University of Cambridge. I work on a longitudinal project supervised by Usha Goswami aiming to discover the link between brain entrainment to speech rhythm in infants and individual differences in language acquisition. To this end, we are creating a new babylab at the Cambridge University, the CNEBabylab.

My research aims to shed light on the mechanisms engaged in language processing, and how these mechanisms arise during development. To this end I use experimental method (EEG, NIRS) as well as computational model.

Previously I
worked in the 
Language, Cognition and Development Lab in SISSA with Jacques Mehler and Marina Nespor as a post-doctoral researcher and with Anne Christophe at the Laboratoire de Sciences Cognitives et Psycholinguistique during my PhD.