Graduate Students

Ruofan joined I-LABS in 2016 as a PhD student under the supervision of Dr. Patricia K. Kuhl. She received her B.A. in Linguistics from University of California, Berkeley, focusing on speech...

 
Zachary studies the physics of magnetoencephalography (MEG) as a graduate student of Dr. Samu Taulu. His work centers on the challenge of inferring the mechanisms of learning in the brains of...
Elle O’Brien is a computational scientist with a focus on neural engineering, biophysical...
Michael was formerly a consultant in adult learning & training in the financial and technology sectors, and completed a M.S. in Experimental Psychology...
Patrick Rice is a graduate student in the Psychology department, pursuing a Ph.D. under Dr. Andrea Stocco. His research concerns rule representation in frontal cortex, focusing on how...
Hiu Tung Gloria, Lam is an international student from Singapore, a senior majoring in Speech and Hearing Sciences. She is fluent in three languages: English, Mandarin and Cantonese and...
Patrick joined the Brain Development and Education Lab in July, 2015 after participating in the I-LABS Summer Internship Program. He received his B.A. in Child Development from Tufts...
Maggie joined the I-LABS team in the winter of 2014 as a Research Scientist. She is responsible for the daily maintenance and operation of the MEG system and technical development...
Ashley is a doctoral student in Developmental Psychology working under the direction of Dr. Betty Repacholi. Ashley first discovered infant research in a language development lab at Duke...
Jose received his undergraduate degree in Linguistics with a focus in psychobiology from the University of Florida, where he conducted research on the differences in syntactic and...