(That’s pronounced ˈsa hɪl, for any linguists out there.)

I am a Ph.D. candidate in the Language and Cognition program at the University of Connecticut, where I am co-advised by Jim Magnuson and Emily Myers. I’m supported by an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship and am also a trainee in UConn’s Science of Learning and Art of Communication NSF Research Traineeship.

This fall, I’ll be starting a postdoc position at Carnegie Mellon University, working primarily with Lori Holt, Fred Dick, Adam Tierney, and Barbara Shinn-Cunningham.

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At UConn, I’m an affiliate of the Connecticut Institute for the Brain and Cognitive Sciences and served as an editor for their Brain, Cognition and Language Digest. I also received a graduate certificate from the Neurobiology of Language program.

Prior to starting UConn, I was at Brown University, where I worked with Sheila Blumstein in the Brown Speech Lab. I received a B.S. in Cognitive Neuroscience in 2014 and then worked as a full-time research assistant until 2016.

This website is intended to highlight my professional interests and will grow over the years. Click here to learn more about my research, and please contact me with any questions at sahil.luthra@uconn.edu.