I am a Ph.D Candidate at the Department of Linguistics at McGill. My research focuses on Language Acquisition, the syntax-semantics interface and the syntax-discourse interface. Most of my projects study the conditions for language transfer on interface phenomena in bilingual populations (read more). Lydia White and Lisa Travis are my supervisors. With Michael Wagner I also work on the syntax of Only in Dutch/German and with Luisa Meroni on topics relating to first language acquisition.
I am also a member of the Centre for Research on Brain, Language and Music (CRBLM) and of the Interdisciplinary Program in Language Acquisition (LAP), which brings together the study of language acquisition from different perspectives (Communication Sciences and Disorders, Education, Linguistics, and Psychology).
I enjoy being outdoors, I am a devoted yogi and swim in lakes and pools. If you don’t find me doing linguistics or upside down at the yoga school, I am probably cooking new recipes or on the couch with my cat and lots of candles.