I am a neurologist by training. After finishing neurology residency
at Columbia University, I was a postdoctoral fellow under J.P. Mohr at
the Neurological Institute of New York, where I became interested in behavioral
syndromes associated with cerebrovascular disease. In 1992, I joined
the neurology department at MCW, one of the few centers working on functional
MRI at that time. My primary research interests are in understanding
the neural bases of language. I have focused mainly on processes
underlying speech perception and word recognition, but have also studied
language lateralization phenomena in an effort to develop practical applications
of language mapping in neurological patients.
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last updated: March 04, 2003