Hsin-Yu received her Bachelor's and Master's degrees from the Department of Biomedical Imaging and Radiological Sciences at National Yang-Ming University, Taipei, Taiwan. She has worked on projects involving post-processing of angiography images and applying neuroimaging techniques to map the aging brain and neuropsychiatric disorders, including MRI, fMRI, and MRS. For her Master's project, she conducted an investigation into the cortical morphology of the aging human brain, including analysis of cortical thickness and gyrification.
She is currently a Research Associate at CRADLE@NTU, involved in several fMRI projects, and is responsible for the structural and functional MRI analyses.
Research interests in Science of Learning and Education
Neurobiological basis of learning, neuroimaging
Neurobiology, cognitive neuroscience, neuroimaging (MRI)
On-going research projects in CRADLE@NTU1)Effective Biliteracy: The impact of script sets on bilingual reading networks for typical and atypical readers
2) Promoting effective biliteracy and balanced bilingual development in early childhood
3) Reading Brains: Investigating Reading Neural Networks in Early Bilingual Readers
4) Neuroimaging of "Hot" and "Cool" Executive Function networks in Social-Emotional regulation
5) Improving Neurocognition through Dance and Kinesthetics