Dorit Ben-Shalom: Cognitive neuroscience, focusing on two brain systems - the language system and the prefrontal cortex; a functional anatomy of the medial prefrontal cortex; a functional anatomy of the lateral prefrontal cortex; the processing of syntax, semantics, and phonology.
Ariel Cohen: Semantics and Pragmatics: generics, adverbs of quantification, focus, speech acts, quantification, modality; Computational Linguistics: anaphora, evolution of language; Philosophy of language: vagueness, common-sense reasoning.
David Erschler: Syntax, in particular syntax of ellipsis; typology; morphology; field linguistics; languages of the Caucasus.
Nomi Erteschik-Shir: Parallel syntactic structures; silence and linearization; information structure; sound patterns of syntax; ellipsis; atom theory.
Aviya Hacohen: First language acquisition; experimental psycholinguistics; semantics/pragmatics in child and adult language; the acquisition of syntax; language impairment.
Olga Kagan: Case at the syntax-semantics interface; specificity; Slavic linguistics; gradable predicates; verbal aspect.
Idan Landau: Generative grammar; grammatical modularity; syntax; theory of control; argument structure; psychological predicates; predication; subjecthood; PF-interface; complementation; chain resolution; aggreement.
Tova Rapoport: Lexicon-syntax interface (verb projections); possession, the double-object construction, and prepositions of central coincidence; secondary predication in Hebrew, Levantine Arabic and Negev Bedouin Arabic.