William W. Graves, Ph.D.
In my lab we research the neurobiology of language, with particular emphasis on reading. A major source of our external funding is a K99/R00 "Pathway to Independence Award"
I received to study how word recognition unfolds in the brain across space (using functional magnetic resonance imaging) and time (using magnetoencephalography).
I am also Co-PI for a project funded through the Clinical and Translational Science Institute of Southeast Wisconsin to study the brain basis
of a genetic marker associated with impaired reading.
My postdoctoral advisor was Jeffrey R. Binder, M.D.
My graduate work at the University
of Iowa, Neuroscience Program, was
performed under the mentorship of
Thomas J. Grabowski, Jr., M.D. (currently the director of the Integrated Brain Imaging Center
at the University of Washington).
The title of my dissertation was
Distinguishing the Neural Bases of
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