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Name Email address Areas of interest
Dr Simon Baker sb895@cam.ac.uk Natural language processing; biomedical text; lexical acquisition
Dr John Bellamy jpb90@cam.ac.uk Language standardization; language and identity; language ideologies
Professor Wendy Ayres - Bennett wmb1001@cam.ac.uk History of linguistic thought in France; history of the French language; socio-historical linguistics; multilingualism; language policy
Dr David G. Beresford-Jones dgb27@cam.ac.uk Synthesis between historical linguistics and archaeology; language history of the Andean region
Dr Marie-Françoise Besnier mfb29@cam.ac.uk The transliteration and translation of texts of the omen corpus; Akkadian
Dr Theresa Biberauer mtb23@cam.ac.uk Theoretical, comparative and historical syntax
Dr Tam Blaxter ttb26@cam.ac.uk Linguistic diffusion; North Germanic languages; statistical methods in linguistics; conditioning of linguistic variation; geolinguistics
Dr James Blevins jpb39@cam.ac.uk Morphology; syntax
Professor Johan Bolhuis jjb19@cam.ac.uk Human evolution; language acquisition; language evolution; neurolinguistics
Giulia Bovolenta gb507@cam.ac.uk Psycholinguistics; Second Language Acquisition; Implicit learning
Dr Mirjana Bozic mb383@cam.ac.uk Neurobiology of language; speech; bilingualism
Dr Francesca Branzi Francesca.Branzi@mrc-cbu.cam.ac.uk Semantic cognition, language production and comprehension, bilingualism
Dr Mark Brenchley brenchley.m@cambridgeenglish.org Corpora/corpus linguistics; Lexico-grammar; First language acquisition; Language testing; Linguistic theory; Second language acquisition; Syntax; Writing Development
Dr Sue Brindley sb295@cam.ac.uk Secondary English; teaching and learning through digital technologies
Professor Ted Briscoe Ted.Briscoe@cl.cam.ac.uk Computational linguistics; speech and language processing; textual information management; evolutionary linguistics
Chris Bryant cjb255@cl.cam.ac.uk Grammatical error detection and correction, CALL, NLP
Natalia Budohoska nb574@cam.ac.uk English; world Englishes; English in post-colonial context; multilingualism; English as a world language; language change and diversity
Dr Shawn Michael Bullock P.Phys., F.R.G.S., F.R.S.A. smb215@cam.ac.uk History of language education; History of language policy; Plurilingual education; Language learning
Professor Paula Buttery pjb48@cam.ac.uk Director of the Cambridge Institute for Automated Language Teaching and Assessment; Machine Learning for Natural Language Processing; Cognitive Models of Language; Low Resource Language. 
Professor Bill Byrne bill.byrne@eng.cam.ac.uk Statistical modelling for speech and language processing; statistical machine translation; speech synthesis