Areas of Interest
My research, teaching and clinical interests center on the neurologic bases of cognition and emotion as they interact with communication competence. My work involves the study of memory, attention and language primarily in the acquired neurogenic communication disorders seen following traumatic brain injury and stroke. My research utilizes neuroimaging data to characterize brain systems that are aberrant in a patient population, to identify variables that contribute to the dysfunction of these brain systems, and to understand and optimize the mechanisms of action of treatments. There is really very little that I am not interested in and I strive to share that level of interest when working in the clinic, teaching or working with students in my laboratory. I am excited to be at UNH and welcome students and faculty to stop by and get involved!
My publications can be found at: http://scholar.google.com/citations?user=_1TgX8EAAAAJ.