Dr Vicky Chondrogianni is Lecturer/Assistant professor at the School of Philosophy, Psychology and Language Sciences at the University of Edinburgh Deputy Director of Bilingualism Matters at the same institution. She read Linguistics and Classics at the University of Athens, where she obtained her BA degree, and later she received an MA in Translation Studies from the same University and the Ionian University. She then went on to receive an MPhil in English and Applied Linguistics and a PhD in Second Language Acquisition from the University of Cambridge. Prior to joining the University of Edinburgh, she held research and teaching positions at Bangor University (UK), Aalborg University (Denmark) and the University of Reading (UK). She has also carried out extensive research visits at the City University of New York (USA), where she conducted fieldwork on Greek heritage children.
Vicky’s main research interests include the development and processing of morphosyntactic phenomena in monolingual and bilingual children with typical development and language impairment from infancy to adolescence. Her research has a strong crosslinguistic focus (English, Chinese, Danish, French, German, Greek, Turkish and Welsh) and utilises a range of experimental techniques (behavioural and eye tracking).