changd <at > hku.hk
I obtained my PhD in Neuroscience from Queen's University (Canada), after earning a Bachelor of Science (Hons.) at McMaster University (Canada). I then completed two postdoctoral fellowships - the first at the University of Birmingham (United Kingdom) under the Marie Curie International Fellowship scheme, and then at McGill Vision Research (Canada). I joined HKU as a Lecturer in the fall of 2015, and then as an Assistant Professor in 2017.
Dr Dorita Chang
Dr Zhen Li
jczhenli <at> hku.hk
nicole26 <at> connect.hku.hk
I graduated with my BSoc from the University of Hong Kong. I am currently working on a project relating to 3D object perception.
Dorita's note: Nicole did her UG thesis in this lab too!
Ka Yee Kam
kkykamky <at> connect.hku.hk
I do everything around here...
Dorita's note: The tent-building skills are transferable.
Dorita's update: ...as are the sewing, the shelving-installation, curtain-installation, projector screen-installation, painting........skills
haoyun <at> connect.hku.hk
I graduated from Emory University with a bachelor degree in Psychology and completed my master at Harvard Graduate School of Education in the Human Development and Psychology program. I am interested in the topic of cross-modal learning and 3D vision.
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MSoc CP Student
MSoc Psy Student
Research Assistant & Undergraduate Thesis Student
Dorita's note: Our hiring and firing exercise.
Dorita's note: Human TMS-coil holder