Dr. Qinli Deng and her SLR lab mates

Our lab’s PhD graduate, Dr. Qinli Deng!

Our lab manager, Sochi, is conducting testing with our I-DID child.

Our I-DID family

Our I-DID child is planning her next game!

Our young scientist is participating an EEG experiment.

Our young scientist is participating an EEG experiment.

Our young scientist is participating an EEG experiment.

Our young scientist is participating an EEG experiment.

Our young scientist is participating an EEG experiment.

Our young scientist is participating an EEG experiment.

Our weekly lunch meeting offers a chance to our postgraduate students to discuss their work and progress.

Our lab’s postgraduate student Qinli Deng presenting her work at the monthly research seminar held by the SLRLAB.

A featuring article of Dr. Shelley Tong’s work and the SLR Lab on HKU Strategically Oriented Research Themes (SORT).

Heidy Ng receiving the Best Poster Award at the HKU Undergraduate Research Fellowship Presentation 2016.

Heidy Ng receiving the Undergraduate Research Fellowship Program (URFP) Award from Professor Ian Holiday, the Vice-President and Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Teaching and Learning).

Our Undergraduate Research Fellowship Programme (URFP) recipient Jojo Yip received the best presenter award at the poster presentation.

Ann Wong presenting at the HKU Undergraduate Research Fellowship Presentation 2019.

Elmo Wong presenting at the HKU Undergraduate Research Fellowship Presentation 2019.

One of the many baby scientists who have joined our infant language study

Stephen Lee, our MPhil student, delivering a presentation on the Annual SSSR Meeting 2018.

Presenting certificates to students who have completed three-year longitudinal study on reading comprehension in Chinese and English.

“Becoming a Skilled Comprehender in both Chinese and English” Knowledge Exchange Workshop was successfully held on March 17, 2018.

Some teaching materials developed by our speech therapists.

Thank you for your support over the past three years! Participants who have joined our longitudinal study “Becoming a Skilled Comprehender in Both Chinese and English” should receive their individual performance reports in the coming weeks.

Our participant was participating in a literacy assessment inside a sound booth.

Our participant was participating in a literacy assessment in a sound booth.

Congratulations to Kardia Chan for winning the Best Presentation Award at the Annual Presentation of B.Sc. (Speech & Hearing Sciences) Final Year Dissertations 2017.

Welcome to our new Infant Speech Perception Lab!

Conducting a recording session with a mother-baby dyads.

Mom’s recording in process.

Our research assistant, Katherine Law, with three participants after the experiment.

The student research assistants conducing experiment with primary school children in a school setting.

The Mphil Graduate Tracy Xiejie He received the outstanding postgraduate student research award, 2016.

Dr. Shelley Tong delivering a speech on poor comprehenders at the parent workshop, 2016.