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I am an assistant professor at the University of Washington, in Seattle WA.
I obtained a Doctor of Audiology and a Ph.D. from the University of Maryland working with Monita Chatterjee (Hearing and Speech sciences) and Bill Idsardi (Linguistics). I was an audiologist at the VA hospital in Washington, DC, where I completed my clinical training. During graduate school, I worked as a linguist/phonetician at CASL – the Center for Advanced Study of Language.
I did my postdoctoral training at the Waisman Center, which is a multidisciplinary hub of amazing clinical research. I primarily worked with Ruth Litovsky (binaural hearing extraordinaire) and Jan Edwards (wizard of developmental speech perception). I also had an affiliation with the University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Surgery.