William F. Katz
William is Professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders at The University of Texas at Dallas, School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences. He teaches and directs research in linguistics, speech science, and language disorders. His laboratory is concerned with the functional and neurological bases of speech produced by healthy and brain-damaged talkers.
Evdoxia has a background in linguistics, Greek syntax, and aphasia. She speaks Greek, English, French and Swedish. She has worked on the Thales-UOA Project. She is currently working on a kinematic study of consonant cluster timing in Modern Greek.
Vedad “Kelly” Fazel
Kelly has a background in Linguistics and Spanish. She has taught English as a Second Language (ESL) and TOEFlibt in Los Angeles, and has studied Farsi in Tajikstan. Her interests are neurolinguistics and speech science. Kelly is currently finishing her Master of Science degree in Communication Disorders, with a focus on medical settings. Her current doctoral project focuses on pursuit motor tracking of the tongue and acquired apraxia of speech.
Annette has a background in digital media and speech-language pathology. She is currently focusing on audiovisual (AV) speech perception and its relation to speech production.
Sonya has a background in psychology and language. She is interested in the cognitive representation of speech, audiovisual speech perception and production, and second language acquisition. Her current project investigates the effect of visual feedback on speech production.