The Science of Learning Institute includes a broad network of scientists, practitioners, and educators with expertise spanning basic and applied sciences.
My research focuses on use of evidence-based consultative and reflecting coaching to support instructional skills and to increase performance mastery, to create technology-enhanced learning activities/solutions to maximize and equalize the learning process, to promote shared expertise through collaborative learning communities.
I am interested in brain reorganization for language and language impairments.
I am interested in understanding all aspects of the contribution of genetic variation to human health and disease.
I am interested in natural language processing and computational semantics.
I am interested in the use of transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) to enhance cognition in healthy adults and to improve the cognitive functioning of those with acquired or developmental cognitive limitations.
My research involves translating techniques developed through machine learning and surgical data science to advance surgical training and improve patient care.
I am interested in how infection and inflammation damage the nervous system and how to promote repair of the damaged nervous system.
I'm interested in developing and applying statistical methods to assist in the design and analysis of big neuroscience experiments.
I am interested in understanding the neural basis of auditory perception and vocal communication in a naturalistic environment.
I am interested in theoretical and experimental phonology as well as computational cognitive science.