Irina’s research interests include identifying patterns of typical and atypical language development in bilingual children. To that end, her doctoral research has explored morpheme marking and cross-language interactions in preschool-aged bilinguals. In addition to her research, Irina is pursuing clinical training in speech-language pathology. Irina is currently funded by an NIDCD F31 predoctoral fellowship.
Philip’s current projects include phonological influences on tense morpheme production in linguistically-diverse populations along with word-final treatment options for children with co-morbid speech and language impairment. Philip’s funding has been provided by an NIH T32DC007361-08 (2015-2016; 2017-2018) and Lipinsky Fellowship in Language and Communicative Disorders (2016-2017).
Jonathan’s research interests include the relation between bilingual language dominance and cross-linguistic knowledge, as well as the relation between language dominance and inhibitory control. Jonathan’s funding has been provided by the San Diego Fellowship (2017-2019) and the Lipinsky Fellowship (2017-2018).