I am broadly interested in the representations behind language production and understanding. Currently, I am working on a project investigating how syntactic generalization can arise in the absence of explicit construction-specific evidence, using artificial langauges in a multitask learning paradigm. My work uses methods from formal linguistics, machine learning, and psychological research.
Prior to coming to Hopkins, I did my bachelors degree in Computer Science, Linguistics, and Cognitive Science at Rutgers University, New Brunswick.
Outside of research, I enjoy cooking, gardening, and long-distance running.
|Dec 10, 2020||My conference paper submission “Structure Here, Bias There: Hierarchical Generalization by Jointly Learning Syntactic Transformations” has been accepted at SCiL 2021!|
|Aug 1, 2019||I’ve put together a personal website! Future updates will appear here.|