Congratulations to our director Dr. Kaja Jasinska for being awarded the French Advocate of the Year Award, and to BOLD lab member Mackenzie Campbell for being awarded the Graduate Prize in French Studies from the UD French Faculty and Pi Delta Phi French Honors...

Linguistic and Cognitive Science Student Conference 2019

In April, the Linguistics and Cognitive Science Department held a student conference that allowed researchers at UD to present their recent work and posters. From the BOLD Lab, Danyang, Janina, and Joelle each presented their projects to students and faculty. We are...

BOLD Lab Hosts a Group of Young 5th Grade Scientists

The BOLD Lab and QLAB recently hosted a science field trip for a group of 5th graders attending a local elementary school. The field trip was intended to expose the students to new science equipment and the concept of research. Each student received a sticker booklet...

Kaja Jasinska named 2018 Outstanding Early Investigator

Each year one exceptional and leading researcher in the field of fNIRS is awarded the Outstanding Early Investigator Award. At the 2018 fNIRS conference in Tokyo, Japan our BOLD Lab Principle Investigator, Kaja Jasinska, was named 2018 Outstanding Early Investigator....

Neuroimaging demo for Ivorian Government

Our research team organized a functional Near Infrared Spectroscopy neuroimaging demonstration for the Ivorian Ministry of Education as well as a number of our Ivorian research partners. The neuroimaging demonstration events (at the University Felix Houphouet Boigny,...

Ivorian Team at Ghana ISSDB Conference

Members of the research team: Hager Ayé Clarisse, Akpe Yapo Hermann, Konan Josiane, Tanoh Fabrice and Seri Axel Blahoua participated in the 12th African Regional Workshop entitled : Researching into adaptative behaviours in contexts of change: interdisciplinary and...

How the brain learns to read in high-risk environments?

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...

School conditions in rural Côte d’Ivoire

No toilets, no water, no electricity at the school ! Dr. Clarisse Hager, member of our research team in Côte d'Ivoire, shares her perspectives on field work in rural Côte d'Ivoire. The first day of the field work, as all the team members, I was so excited since it was...

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