Lisa Reed’s research focuses on the syntax and semantics of a wide range of phenomena, primarily in the Romance languages. Her most recent published work and current research projects are devoted to control, raising, small clauses, modality, and implicit arguments, although she has previously investigated the syntax and semantics of restructuring, aspect, causatives, affected datives, unaccusatives, and middle constructions, among others. Lisa adopts a generative approach to syntax and a model-theoretic approach to semantics. She has published numerous articles in a variety of linguistics journals, including Lingua, Linguistic Analysis, Linguistic Inquiry, The Linguistic Review, Natural Language & Linguistic Theory, Probus, and Studia Linguistica. Her most recent book Strengthening the PRO Hypothesis appeared in 2014 with de Gruyter (Berlin).