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Name Email address Areas of interest
Ruijun Ma rm847@cam.ac.uk Multilingualism; bi-literacy; cognitive linguistics; language acquisition
Megan Ma mphm2@cam.ac.uk Linguistic structuralism; Translation and meaning; Language change; Computational linguistics; Machine learning and language processing 
Xusong Ma xm246@cam.ac.uk Comparative Syntax; Second Language Acquisition; Bilingualism; Language and Cognition; Language Communication and Comprehension; Language Change and Diversity; Language Learning across the Lifespan; Multilingualism; Cambridge English; Human Language Technologies
Dr Lucy MacGregor lucy.macgregor@mrc-cbu.cam.ac.uk Spoken language comprehension; attention and memory in language comprehension
Jean Maillard Machine Learning; computational linguistics; Natural Language Processing; syntax; semantics
Dr Jenny Mander jsm15@cam.ac.uk Modern language education and teaching publications in early modern Europe; impact of technology on linguistic diversity
Professor William Marslen-Wilson FBA wdm10@cam.ac.uk The neuroscience of language
Dr Oliver Mayeux ofm23@cam.ac.uk Language endangerment and revitalization; language contact and change; grammatical change in endangered and revitalized languages; new speakers of endangered languages; corpus linguistics
Mohyi Eldeen Maziad medmhs2@cam.ac.uk Critical Discourse Analysis; Cognitive Linguistics; Middle Eastern Studies; Arabic-English translation and interpreting
Dr Kirsty McDougall kem37@cam.ac.uk Phonetic theory; speaker characteristics forensic applications of phonetics
Dr Barbara McGillivray bm517@cam.ac.uk Computational semantics; quantitative historical linguistics; digital humanities
Dr Torsten Meißner tm10012@cam.ac.uk Reconstruction of the Proto-Indo-European parent language; historical bilingualism and multilingualism
Professor David Menon dkm13@wbic.cam.ac.uk Cognitive impairment; traumatic brain injury; Alzheimer's disease
Professor Neil Mercer nmm31@cam.ac.uk Language and education; oracy
Dr Avin Mirawdeli am2623@cam.ac.uk Automatic Speech Recognition; Stuttering research; Disfluency; Speech, Language and Communication disorders; Developmental Speech disorders; Language Communication and Comprehension; Human Language Technologies
Professor Marta Mirazón-Lahr m.mirazon-lahr@human-evol.cam.ac.uk Evolution of language
Professor James Montgomery jem33@cam.ac.uk Classical Arabic; literary translation and the translation of classical Arabic poetry
Professor Brian Moore bcjm@cam.ac.uk Mechanisms of normal and impaired hearing
Javier Moreno-Rivero jm2227@cam.ac.uk Javier Moreno-Rivero is a researcher in Theoretical and Applied Linguistics at the University of Cambridge, focusing on translation policies of minoritized languages. He holds undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in translation (Universidad Pablo de Olavide, Universitat d'Alacant) and applied Spanish linguistics (Universidad Internacional Menéndez Pelayo and Instituto Cervantes). He has held various academic positions in France (Rouen), the United Kingdom (Heriot-Watt, Sheffield and Open University) and the United States, where he was a Lecturer in Spanish at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) prior to joining Cambridge. In 2018, he was appointed Assessor in Spanish Translation by the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at the University. He has extensive experience in higher education teaching and research; and his research interests lie in the fields of translation policy, minoritized languages and legal translation and interpreting. At the moment, he is in the editorial board of the International Journal for the Semiotics of Law (Springer) and the Journal of Language and Law.
Dr Lisa-Maria Müller lmm72@cam.ac.uk Bi-/multilingualism; language acquisition; (Specific) language Impairment; applied Linguistics; psycholinguistics;