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 identifying the roles of various neural signaling pathways in the controls of food intake and body weight and how these systems go awry in obesity and eating disorders.
I am interested in the mechanisms by which people learn from experiences - both their own and others’ - in work organizations, with a particular emphasis on vicarious learning in healthcare organizations.
I am interested in identifying the principles of neural circuit organization and function that underlie attentional selection and in discovering new, specific treatment targets to combat attentional dysfunction.
My work aims to develop the next generation solutions for computer assisted interventions.
My research involves investigating the genetic etiology of obsessive compulsive disorder.
I am interested in the structure and function of circuits in visual cortex, including their plasticity and development.
I am interested in language production and comprehension and its interaction with the cognitive control system.
I am interested in developing, researching, and disseminating evidence-based research practices that transform instruction to ensure that all students, especially those with disabilities, are afforded the best possible educational opportunities.
I am interested in how brain dynamics give rise to our sensory experience of the world.
I am interested in adult/child sentence processing, first language acquisition of morphosyntax, and experimental syntax.