Dr Ralph Etienne-Cummings is an adjunct researcher in our Biomedical Engineering and Neuroscience (BENS) research program. He is currently professor of electrical and computer engineering, and computer science at Johns Hopkins University (JHU).
Professor Ronan Reilly is an adjunct researcher in our Speech and Language program. He is currently a Professor of Computer Science at National University of Ireland, Maynooth, and he has a background in psychology and computer science.
Dr Ingvars Birznieks is an adjunct researcher in our Biomedical Engineering and Neuroscience (BENS) research program. He is currently a Senior Research Fellow, NeuRA and a Senior Lecturer, Physiology, School of Medical Sciences, UNSW Medicine.
Dr Donald Derrick is an adjunct researcher in our Speech and Language program. He is currently a research lecturer with the New Zealand Institute of Language, Brain & Behaviour,
University of Canterbury, NZ.
Dr Christine Kitamura is an adjunct researcher in our Speech and Language program. Her research encompasses early speech perception and language acquisition in infancy, infant auditory-visual speech perception, and the role infant directed (ID) ID speech plays in mapping social/emotional and linguistic cues to support language acquisition.
Dr Sarah McIntyre is a Research Officer in our Biomedical Engineering and Neuroscience (BENS) program. Her research is on sensory neuroscience, focusing on touch, vibrotactile perception and other skin senses.
Dr Nigel Nettheim is an adjunct researcher in our Music Cognition and Action program. In 2011, his book entitled "How Musical Rhythm Reveals Human Attitudes, An Annotated Translation by Nigel Nettheim" was published.
Barbara is the team leader for Auditory Cognition and Psychoacoustics in the Lyon Neuroscience Research Centre. Her research interests are in auditory cognition and uses behavioural, neurophysiological and computational methods.
Dr Grégory Zelic is an adjunct researcher in our Multisensory Communication research program. His current research concerns the intentional and non-intentional syncronisation between speech and gesture, and how a performed/a perceived speech can interfere with gestire performance.