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Stephanie Durrleman holds a PhD in Linguistics from the University of Geneva. Her work spans a variety of topics including syntactic cartography, syntactic locality, language acquisition (Creole and Romance), bilingualism, the grammar-cognition interface, as well as the phenotype of language disorders. These studies often explore linguistic theories with empirical investigations (experimental, corpus, etc), also in the aim of giving rise to concrete applications (fine-tuning language policies, developing therapeutic interventions for children with atypical language development, etc). Before her current appointment at the Linguistics Department of the University of Geneva, she worked with the Psycholinguistics Department of this same university, as well as with the Institute for Cognitive Science of the University of Lyon, and the Laboratory for Autism and Developmental Disorders of the University of Tours.