Research Scientists

Dan Hippe is a statistician in the UW Department of Radiology with numerous collaborations within Radiology—including with the Vascular Imaging Lab, the Quantitative Breasting Imaging...
Dakota works as an Imaging Technologist at I-LABS. He operates the 3T MRI at the Bio-Molecular Imaging Center for a variety of research studies and works with populations from infants to the...
Erica works in the I-LABS MEG Brain Imaging Center running experiments with and for researchers. After graduating from Seattle Pacific University in 2006 with a major in English, Erica...
Dr. Libby Huber joins the lab after finishing her PhD in Psychology here at the University of Washington. Her dissertation work in the Vision and Cognition Lab focused on how visual...
Neva Corrigan is a research scientist in Dr. Patricia Kuhl’s laboratory. Neva earned a BS from Cornell University, and a MS and PhD in Biomedical Engineering from the University of...

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Why is learning a new language so much easier at a young age? Although it is known that human brains continue to develop well into adulthood, it remains a grand challenge to understand the...

Dr. Tavabi is a research scientist working with Dr. Patricia Kuhl on studies of speech and language neuroscience in infants. He earned a Ph.D. in cognitive psychology at the Institute for...

Dr. Master is a research scientist working with Dr. Andrew Meltzoff and Dr. Sapna Cheryan. Before coming to the Institute, she earned a Ph.D. in developmental psychology at Stanford...

Rey Ramírez is a Research Scientist in the I-LABS MEG Brain Imaging Center. He received his bachelor’s degree in Biological Sciences at Rutgers University with minors in Psychology...