PhD in 2008 from the Graduate Center at the City University of New York
Office: HUM B4C
Phone: (845) 257-2677
I've extensive teaching experience in the US (SUNY New Paltz, Hunter), and the Netherlands (Hanzehogeschool Eindhoven). At SUNY New Paltz, I mainly teach the neurogenic adult courses and the research methods course. Related to the neurogenic courses that I teach is the Aphasia Support Group, a group practicum in which I collaborate with graduate students and participants with a variety of language disorders.
My research interests are bilingual reading and psycholinguistic aspects of language processing, e.g. lexical retrieval in different populations. Lexical retrieval is investigated in my 'naming' research lab where undergraduate and graduate students are involved in a variety of projects.
Certificates & Licenses
ASHA certified speech-language pathologist, also hold certification in Germany and the Netherlands.