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Martin Norgaard is Assistant Professor of Music Education at Georgia State University in Atlanta where he is collaborating with faculty in mathematics, computer science, linguistics, and physics to investigate the cognitive processes underlying improvisation. He received the Dean’s Early Career Award in recognition of outstanding work as a faculty member of Georgia State University and was just appointed associate faculty of the Neuroscience Institute. He was the guest editor of a recent theme issue of Psychomusicology, Music, Mind, and Brain based on papers from the Improvising Brain Symposium. His research appears in the Journal of Research in Music Education, The International Journal of Music Education (in press), and the interdisciplinary journal Music Perception. He is the author of ten jazz string method books for Mel Bay Publications and the composer of several string orchestra pieces for The FJH Music Company and Alfred Music Publishing. Norgaard Links: https://music.gsu.edu/profile/martin-norgaard-2/ http://jazzfiddlewizard.com/