Gina is an Invited Professor at the Rovereto Winter School at the University of Trento, Italy. The theme of the lectures is "What event-related potentials can and can't tell us about language comprehension in the brain". The title of her course is "New methods in language comprehension".
Gina is an Invited Keynote Speaker for the conference on "Investigating Semantics: How to Combine Empirical and Philosophical Approaches" in Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany. The title of her talk is "What can the study of schizophrenia tells us about the neural architecture of language processing?". Thanks to Markus Werning, Erica Cosentino, Maria Spychalska and others for organizing the conference. [Abstract]
Gina is an Invited Speaker for the Tufts University Cognitive and Brain Sciences Series in Medford, MA. The title of her talk is "The Neurobiology of Language Comprehension: A Hierarchical Bayesian Architecture". [Abstract]
With the beginning of a new semester, welcome to several Tufts undergraduates who are joining our lab: Annie Choong, Jennifer Kurzrok, Barbara Storch, Deepa Patil, Matt O'Conor, Nick Caggiano, Sarah Valentina Diaz, and Chelsey Rae Ott.