I am a fifth year graduate student in the Cognitive Science department at Johns Hopkins University.
My research focuses on the ability of the mind/brain to utilize fine-grained acoustic information in the representation of phonetic and phonological categories. This draws from the fields of phonetics, speech perception, automatic speech recognition, and phonology.
Johns Hopkins University
Ph.D., expected 2017, Cognitive Science
Advisor: Dr. Colin Wilson
New York University
B.A., 2012, German and Linguistics
summa cum laude