Assistant Professor, Duke Neurosurgery Department
I study speech and auditory cognition, broadly construed. I am interested in using advanced recording techniques (µECoG, ECoG, EEG, MEG, fMRI) to better understand the computational underpinnings of cognition and the network dynamics that support complex thought.
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PhD Neuroscience and Cognitive Science, University of Maryland, USA (2011)
MSc Evolution of Language and Cognition, University of Edinburgh, UK (2006)
BAH Psychology Queen's University, Canada (2004)