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I am a fifth year PhD student in the Linguistics Department at The University of Pennsylvania, working with David Embick. My primary research interests are in psycholinguistics and morphology, focusing in particular on issues of morphological processing and representation, lexical access, and word recognition.

In the summer of 2020, I will be joining the Psychology of Language Department at the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics as a postdoctoral researcher.

At Penn, my research is carried out in the Embick Lab (Experimental Study of Morphological Structure and Lexical Access). I am also affiliated with the Language Variation and Cognition Lab (PI: Meredith Tamminga), and I am a MindCORE associate.