I am a Postdoctoral Research Associate at Yale University in Bob Frank’s CLAY Lab. My research interests lie in the area of argument structure, which I explore using a variety of theoretical and experimental methodologies. In particular, I focus on questions about how verbs’ and their arguments’ meanings relate to the syntactic structures they occur in, and what that tells us about the architecture of grammar with regards to the syntax/semantics interface. I address these questions with generative models, experimental evidence, and computational techniques. In my dissertation, I studied the syntax and semantics of verbal argument structure as revealed through a close examination of spray/load and related verbs. I am also currently working on a series of experimental studies comparing the processing, comprehension, and production of various argument-structure-related phenomena, including differences between subject and object experiencer verbs and the argument/adjunct distinction. More information about these and my other research projects can be found on my website.