Neuroimaging Lab



The Language and Neuroimaging Research Laboratory explores neural correlates of language processing, by integrating cognitive measures, structural MRI analyses, and functional neuroimaging techniques (fMRI, EEG/ERPs, and MEG).


Areas of Study:

  1. Effect of stroke on phonological, semantic, and syntactic components of language
  2. Mechanism of language recovery in aphasia 
  3. Primary Progressive Aphasia (PPA) and the language system
  4. Changes in language processing and cognition associated with aging
  5. Electrophysiological and structural indicators of cortical function and relationship to language


Regions of gray mater loss in older adults



Some of our recent conference presentations

Cognitive Neuroscience Society Meeting, 2019

Neurophysiological indicators of past-tense processing in stroke-related aphasia

CNS 2019



Narrative and story gist production in individuals with chronic aphasia