ACTIVE LAB MEMBERS
I completed my PhD at UC Irvine in the department of Cognitive Sciences under the supervision of Gregory Hickok and Jon Sprouse. My postdoctoral research uncovered the spatiotemporal dynamics of syntactic processing using the brain imaging techniques of fMRI and MEG in English and American Sign Language. Linguistic theory, neuroscience, and aphasia research each provide important insights into the nature of human language. These insights are often under-appreciated across fields, and my research attempts to bridge gaps across fields in order to develop an integrated science of language.
I'm involved in union organizing at the university, and I enjoy blogging about various issues, particularly the relationship of linguistic theory to experimental science.
Danielle will be starting as Assistant Professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders at the University of Montana in Fall 2022.
Undergraduate Research Assistant