Faculty, Post-Docs & Affiliates

Faculty:

Photo of Gerry Altmann Gerry Altmann, Professor

Director, IBACS

Office: Bousfield 134C

Lab

gerry.altmann@uconn.edu

Research Interests: Sentence processing; event cognition; object representation

 

Accepting a new graduate student, starting Fall 2020. Applications welcome.

Roeland Hancock, Assistant Research Professor

Associate Director, Brain Imaging Research Center

Office: PCSB 142A

Lab

roeland.hancock@uconn.edu

Research interests: Neurobiology of language; Neurochemistry; Individual Differences; Auditory Processing
Fumiko Hoeft, Professor

Director, Brain Imaging Research Center

Office: PCSB 142B

Lab: BOUS 329/333

fumiko.hoeft@uconn.edu

Research Interests: Brain development, Neuroimaging, Individual differences, Literacy acquisition, Dyslexia
Edward Large, Professor

Office: BOUS 386C

Lab

edward.large@uconn.edu

Research Interests: auditory pattern recognition and learning, perception of tonality in music, auditory brainstem neurodynamics, cortical dynamics of attention, perception of rhythm in music and speech, rhythmic interactions in nonhuman primates, emotional communication in music, neural basis of song.
James Magnuson, Professor

Office: BOUS 119

Lab

james.magnuson@uconn.edu

Research Interests: Spoken language understanding, language development, language disorder, neurobiology and genetics of language.
Emily Myers, Associate Professor

Office: PCSB 216

Lab: PCSB 143

emily.myers@uconn.edu

Research Interests: Speech perception, cognitive neuroscience, aphasia, second language acquisition, fMRI, ERP
Ken Pugh, Professor

President, Haskins Laboratories

Office & Lab: BOUS 331

kenneth.pugh@uconn.edu

Research Interests: Reading, reading disorder, neurobiology of language
Jay Rueckl, Professor

Office: BOUS 134B

Lab

Research Interests: Reading, Computational models, Learning and Memory, Brain Bases of Language, MRI
Whit Tabor, Associate Professor

Office: BOUS 124

Lab

whitney.tabor@uconn.edu

Research Interests: Balance between structure and flexibility, change in structured systems, dynamical systems theory, theory of computation, sentence processing, language change, group coordination
Photo of Eiling Yee Eiling Yee, Assistant Professor

Office: BOUS 170

Lab

eiling.yee@uconn.edu

Research Interests: Semantic memory and the neural representation of concepts; Spoken word recognition and language processing; Neural basis of language, aphasia
Paul Allopenna, Emeritus

paul.allopenna@uconn.edu

 

Post-Doctoral Scholars:

Christopher Heffner

christopher.heffner@uconn.edu

Gitte Joergensen

gitte.joergensen@uconn.edu

Heejo You

hee_jo.you@uconn.edu