The Science of Learning Institute includes a broad network of scientists, practitioners, and educators with expertise spanning basic and applied sciences.
I am interested in the study of human learning and behavior applied to driving.
I am interested in the mechanisms by which visual experience can modify cortical connections in the visual cortex, and how those mechanisms are regulated.
I am interested in the behavioral and cognitive correlates of the hippocampal formation--a brain region that is critical for forming and storing long-term memories.
I am interested in statistical machine translation.
My research focuses on developing and applying new neural signal processing methods to study effective connectivity in human brain networks responsible for auditory and language functions.
I am interested in how children and adults develop and use knowledge of the spatial world around them, how they learn language, and how their knowledge of space and language interact.
I am interested in electrophysiological methods in brain research.
I am oversee a new robotic surgery training program for residents, fellows, staffs, and teams at Johns Hopkins.
I am interested in theoretical linguistics and language acquisition, especially the structure and early acquisition of syntax as well as interfaces with morphology and semantics.
I am interested in high school restructuring, teachers' work, and equity in urban education.