Welcome to Kristina Fanucci!

December 6, 2010

Welcome to Kristina Fanucci who is starting as a Research Assistant at Tufts and MGH. Kristina majored in Brain and Cognitive Sciences at MIT. She will be working on ERP and fMRI studies at both Tufts and MGH.

Congrats to Tali Ditman, Don Goff and Gina Kuperberg!

December 1, 2010
Tali Ditman, Don Goff and Gina Kuperberg have had their paper, "Slow and steady: Sustained effects of lexico-semantic associations mediate referential impairments in schizophrenia" accepted for publication in Cognitive, Affective and Behavioral Neuroscience. 

Congratulations to Gina!

November 2, 2010

Gina learned that she won an Award from 'Brain Research' for most cited of all articles published in this journal in 2007 and 2008. Article: Kuperberg, GR. Neural mechanisms of language comprehension: Challenges to syntax. Brain Research, Special Issue 2007; 1146:23-49.

Welcome to Scott Burns!

August 2, 2010

Welcome to Scott Burns who is joining the MGH side of the lab. Scott comes from Washington University in St. Louis where he completed a Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering where he worked on designing and implementing of a brain-computer interface using off-the-shelf hardware. He is now switching gears and will be working with Ellen Lau and Gina Kuperberg on a multimodal imaging project which aims to combine MEG, ERPs and fMRI to understand the spatiotemporal dynamics of semantic processing.

Congrats to Mante Nieuwland, Tali Ditman and Gina Kuperberg!

June 2, 2010

Mante Nieuwland, Tali Ditman and Gina Kuperberg have had their paper, "On the incrementality of pragmatic processing: An ERP investigation of informativeness and pragmatic abilities" accepted for publication in Journal of Memory and Language.

Gina gives a talk!

April 19, 2010
Gina gives a talk at the Centre for Research on Language, Mind and Brain, McGill University, Montreal, as part of their Distinguished Lecture Series. Her talk is entitled "Streams of Language Processing in the Brain: evidence from ERPs and fMRI".

Congrats to Neil Cohn!

April 12, 2010

Neil Cohn defends his Masters Thesis, "Balancing Grammar and Semantics in 'Comics': Global Structure in Sequential Image Processing". His advisers are Ray Jackendoff, Gina Kuperberg and Phil Holcomb.


March 19, 2010

Martin Paczynski, Neil Cohn and Ming Xiang present posters at CUNY, held in New York City.