Natalie Miller is a PhD student in the Musicology program at Princeton University. She studies music theory and music cognition, with an emphasis on relationships between music and language. She completed her undergraduate degree in Music and Linguistics at the University of Texas at Austin, where her honors thesis investigated pitch change in English declarative and interrogative sentences.
Cara is a PhD student at Princeton University studying Musicology with a concentration in Music Cognition. She completed her undergraduate degree at Ithaca College, where she received a BM with a double major in Performance (double bass) and Sound Recording Technology. She also has an MA in Music, Science, and Technology from Stanford University, where she worked in the Neuromusic Lab at the Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics to help develop and pilot an ongoing EEG study investigating performance monitoring and empathy in piano duet partners.
Jamal is a 5th year graduate student at the Princeton Neuroscience Institute working with Kenneth Norman, Uri Hasson, and Elizabeth Margulis. He uses music, neuroimaging, and machine learning as tools to investigate the nature of memory and event representation. He became very interested in music and neuroscience as an undergraduate at the University of Memphis. As far as hobbies go, Jamal enjoys playing and producing music, hiking, and film.
Mauro Orsini Windholz is a Musicology PhD student at Princeton University focusing on Music Theory and Music Cognition. Mauro has an undergraduate degree in Composition from the State University of São Paulo and a Masters in Music degree from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. He has conducted research on metaphors for understanding harmony, publishing and presenting on this topic at several Brazilian and international conferences.
Elizabeth Hellmuth Margulis
Director, Music Cognition Lab; Author, "On Repeat: How Music Plays the
Elizabeth Hellmuth Margulis is the director of the Music Cognition Lab at the University of Arkansas and author of "On Repeat: How Music Plays the Mind" from Oxford University Press.