I direct the Child Language Lab @ NYU. We investigate child language using corpus-based and experimental methods, focusing on toddlers, preschool and early school age children (approximately 2-9 years old). Our research primarily addresses morphosyntactic and semantic development from a learnability perspective. Visit the website for more information on projects, people, and participation (& cute pictures).
For general information about me and my work, here is an interview I did about my new position and the CLL for my alma mater, University of Toronto. And here is a mildly vintage (Nov. 2015) interview I did about First Language Acquisition for the Canadian Language Museum, in French (top) and English (scroll down).