Tyler Perrachione, PhD
Director and Principal Investigator
Prof. Perrachione is the director and principal investigator of the Communication Neuroscience Research Laboratory (est. 2013). He received his Ph.D. in Neuroscience from MIT (under John D.E. Gabrieli) with prior training in Linguistics and Cognitive Science at Northwestern University (under Patrick C.M. Wong).
Prof. Perrachione is a member of the Center for Research in Sensory Communication and Emerging Neural Technology (CRESCENT), Center for Systems Neuroscience, Hearing Research Center, Graduate Program for Neuroscience, Undergraduate Program in Neuroscience, and Linguistics Program, as well as a Research Affiliate at the McGovern Institute for Brain Research at MIT.
Prof. Perrachione teaches undergraduate (SAR SH 221 Phonetics) and graduate (SAR SH 755 Applied Speech Science) courses in Sargent College, and a first-year undergraduate seminar (KHC NE 102 Reading, Language, and the Brain) in the Kilachand Honors College.
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