I am interested in the perception and memory of speech, music, and complex acoustic scenes. A particular focus of my research is on how the brain integrates prior experience with new sensory input to make sense of the auditory environment. To address this question I use behavioural techniques, scalp-based and intracranial recordings of electrophysiological activity, and functional magnetic resonance imaging. I work with listeners with normal hearing, as well as those whose hearing has been partially restored through a cochlear implant.

Further information can be found on my pages at Google Scholar or ResearchGate, and you can download my CV here.