Along with my colleagues in the Clippers lab group, I’m a computational linguist at OSU. I’m also a proud member of the Buckeye Language Network and the Center for Cognitive and Brain Sciences.

I build computational models of infant language acquisition, especially phonetics, phonology and morphology. I also work on the relationship between language and vision. Check out my current projects for more.

I graduated from Brown University in 2011 (advised by Eugene Charniak) and then worked a postdoc at the University of Edinburgh with Sharon Goldwater before coming to OSU. My thesis was on modeling discourse coherence.