Anastasia Sares, Ph.D.

Anastasia Sares earned her Ph.D. from McGill University, studying the neural underpinnings of stuttering through behaviour and fMRI. She is now a postdoctoral fellow at Concordia studying pitch processing in cochlear implant users. Her interests include sensorimotor integration, pitch/harmony perception, timing perception and synchronization, music and language in special populations, and music therapy.

Anastasia writes science communication articles for Brainpost and the CRBLM, and is also a singer and a flautist with Chorale Musaïque.


icon Affiliation: Dr. M. Deroche Lab & Dr. A. Lehmann Lab

icon University: Concordia University

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