Invited Keynote presentation at the first Mexican Symposium on NIRS Neuroimaging on how the brain learns to read in environments with high risk of illiteracy. Shared our latest findings from our fNIRS neuroimaging study in rural Côte d’Ivoire tracking the development of neural circuitry for reading in a near-absence of quality literacy instruction. Other great Global NIRS talks at mexNIRS, including Clare Ewell and Mari Franceschini. Neuroimaging in low resources settings and understudied populations is on the rise! Soon to come, a protocol for field neuroimaging methods to appear in the Journal of Visualized Experiment

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