DEAF X LAB

studying cross-modal plasticity, deafness and sign language since 2009
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Dr. MATT DYE

Dr. Matt Dye is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Liberal Studies at RIT/NTID. He also has an affiliate appointment with the Department of Psychology at RIT.

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LAB MEMBERS

The deaf x lab relies upon smart and dedicated students and staff to complete its mission. We’re always on the look out for new deaf and hearing people to join our team.

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PUBLICATIONS

Research conducted by members of the deaf x lab are made available in PDF format. Follow this link to submit automated email requests.

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POSTERS

Here are links to posters presented by lab members at academic conferences and meetings.

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RESOURCES

The deaf x lab is fortunate to have dedicated lab space at RIT/NTID, alongside equipment for eye tracking, recording or EEG/ERP data, and visual field perimetry.

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PROJECTS

The lab has several ongoing projects that receive intra- and extramural funding. More information about those projects can be found here.

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Open Positions

We’re always looking for people to join our team. Here you can find opportunities at the postdoctoral, graduate, and undergraduate levels.

LAB MEMBERS

the people who make things happen

TBA

Postdoctoral Researcher
A new postdoc will be joining us in January 2018! Stay tuned for more information.

BRENNAN TERHUNE-COTTER

Research Associate
Brennan started working in the deaf x lab in August 2016. A recent graduate from Randolph-Macon College, Brennan is working on a three-year longitudinal study of visual cognitive development in deaf schoolchildren.

Priyanka Patil

Graduate Research Assistant
Priyanka is studying for her MS in Computer Science at RIT and helps the lab with programming and scripting needs.

SARAH KIMBLEY

Graduate Student
Sarah is an graduate student at RIT taking her MS in Experimental Psychology. She has been working in the deaf x lab since January 2016.

Ian Ayala

Undergraduate Research Assistant
Ian is majoring in Computer Information Technology at RIT and working in the lab on a project using avatars for psycholinguistic research.

Carolyn Gershman

Undergraduate Research Assistant
Carolyn majors in Brain and Cognitive Sciences at the University of Rochester. She works in the lab on avatar and real world eye tracking projects.

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