Welcome to the Neural Substrates of Speech and Timing Lab. We investigate timing in speech, from how it is represented to motor realization. We are particularly interested in how the cerebellum contributes to accurate timing. We use an array of different experimental methodologies combined with phonological analysis to probe questions of phonological representation and motor control.
I am currently recruiting a PhD student to start in Fall 2024. If you are interested in joining the NeSST Lab, please email me.