I am a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Cambridge, working on learner corpus research for the ALTA Institute and based in the Department of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics (DTAL). I’m a member of the Computational Linguistics Research Cluster and the Cambridge Language Sciences Strategic Initiative.
I’ve been here since October 2013, having previously worked in Literature Services at the European Bioinformatics Institute, carried out research for English Profile, and studied for a PhD in what was the Research Centre for English & Applied Linguistics (now merged into DTAL) from 2006 to 2010.
You can find out more about my research, teaching and outreach activities by exploring the rest of my site. And if your curiosity knows no bounds, you can also go over and get to know my boss, Dr Paula Buttery, and my office-mates: Christian Bentz and Calbert Graham.
Oct 2013 — present: Research Associate, ALTA Institute, Department of Theoretical & Applied Linguistics, University of Cambridge
Mar 2010 — Feb 2013: Literature Analyst, European Bioinformatics Institute, Hinxton
Oct 2009 — Mar 2010: Research Assistant, English Profile, Research Centre for English & Applied Linguistics, University of Cambridge
Mar 2004 — Sep 2005: Internship Coordinator, Richmond the American International University in London
Oct 2006 — Sep 2009: PhD in Computation, Cognition and Language, Research Centre for English & Applied Linguistics, University of Cambridge; supervised by Dr Jim Blevins and Dr Paula Buttery; submitted Jan 2010, examined Apr 2010, approved Sep 2010
Oct 2005 — Jul 2006: MPhil in English & Applied Linguistics, Research Centre for English & Applied Linguistics, University of Cambridge
Oct 1999 — Jul 2003: MA (Hons) in English Language, University of Edinburgh