Hi! I am a Postdoctoral Associate in Syntax at Yale University. I received my PhD in Linguistics at the University of Pennsylvania under the direction of Julie Anne Legate. In my dissertation, I investigated the relationship between Voice, case, and subjecthood through the lens of Lithuanian, a Baltic language underrepresented in the current linguistic research. The primary focus of my research concerns syntactic theory, syntax/morphology, and syntax/semantics interfaces. My very recent study investigates Voice and case properties of Lithuanian complex event nominalizations. I have a collaborative project with Jim Wood on Icelandic and Lithuanian nominalizations. I am also currently working with Raffaella Zanuttini on the impersonal uses of English you.