Dr Su, I Fan 蘇逸凡
- I-Fan’s general research interests are in psycholinguistics and cognitive neuroscience, where she studies cognitive processes that are involved when individuals read words. Using electroencephalogram (EEG), she investigates the time course and the event-related potential (ERP) components of reading. Her current research focuses on 1) word processing using experimental and event-related potential (ERP) methods, 2) dyslexia and hyperlexia in Chinese (developmental and acquired), 3) acquired language disorders in Chinese (monolingual and bilingual aphasia), and 4) bilingual language processing.
Dr. I-Fan Su is an assistant professor in the Division of Speech and Hearing Sciences since 2012. She was trained in psychology and earned her D.Phil degree at the University of Sussex (UK) in 2009. Upon completion of her degree, she received a three-year post-doctoral fellowship at the Division of Speech and Hearing Sciences (2009-2012) on reading disorders and to follow up on her doctoral work in Chinese character recognition. She is currently the Coordinator of the Year 3 PBL Program on Adult Communication Disorders, and a member of the Laboratory for Communication Sciences at HKU.
|Awardees||Award Date||Honours / Awards / Prizes||Category|
|2009-11-01||Electrophysiological Correlates Of Orthographic Facilitation In Cantonese Picture Naming, Principal Investigator (HK$ 19,991).: Faculty Research Fund (FRF), Faculty of Education, University of Hong Kong||Research Achievement|
|2010-09-01||Continuing Professional Development Fund, (HK$ 16,220): The University of Hong Kong||Research Achievement|
|2012-04-01||Continuing Professional Development Fund - workshop award (HK$ 13,267.87).: The University of Hong Kong||Research Achievement|
|2011-02-01||Gamma band synchronization correlates of orthographic facilitation in Cantonese picture naming (HK$ 28,971): Faculty Research Fund (FRF), Faculty of Education, University of Hong Kong||Research Achievement|
|2011-02-01||The role of attentional shift in language processing and reading disorders in Chinese (HK$ 30,000): Faculty Research Fund (FRF), Faculty of Education, University of Hong Kong||Research Achievement|
|2016-05-01||Electrophysiological correlates of visual and orthographic skills in Chinese emergent readers (HK$ 30,000): Faculty Research Fund (FRF), Faculty of Education, University of Hong Kong||Research Achievement|
|2014-12-01||Visual, Orthographic and Motor Skills in Emergent Readers of Chinese as a L1 and L2 in Hong Kong Kindergartens: Behavioural and Event-Related Potential (ERP) Approaches (HK$99,992, Co-Investigator, RG 42/2014-2015): Internal Research Grant (IRF), Department of Early Childhood Education, The Hong Kong Institute of Education||Research Achievement|
|Term Period||Position||Professional Societies|
|2012 - present||Member||International Academy for Research in Learning Disabilities|
|2011 - present||Member||The Society for the Neurobiology of Language|
|07/2007 - present||Member||British Association of Cognitive Neuroscience|
|2015 - present||Member||Psychonomic Society|
|2017 - present||Member||Association for Reading and Writing in Asia|
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