Vincent is a postdoctoral researcher on the ESRC funded Bilingualism and Individual Differences (BID) project. His research focuses on how bilingualism affects brain structure and function. He is specifically interested in how different aspects of bilingual language experience (e.g. duration of use of a second language, intensity of use, etc.) relate to adaptations in brain structure, function, and several cognitive processes. He is also interested in how these neural and cognitive adaptations dynamically shift over time and/or with any changes to patterns of language use. He uses a combination of methods (behavioural and brain imaging) to examine this.