LAI, Hoi Ying Gloria
Gloria Lai graduated from the Division of Speech and Hearing Sciences with a minor in Japanese language, HKU in 2018. She has gained speech and language clinical experience at various sites, such as international schools, local primary schools, hospitals, and community rehabilitation centers. Her dissertation project focuses on second language acquisition and the relationship between music and language. With interests in learning languages and music, Gloria was a language exchange student at Nagoya University during the summer of 2016, and is a practicing violin and piano player.
LAU, Wing Tung Winnie
Winnie Lau graduated from the Division of Speech and Hearing Sciences, HKU in 2018. Her dissertation project focuses on Cantonese infants’ perception of non-native Mandarin tones. She is currently working in our infant speech perception laboratory, where she ran tests on Cantonese babies.
MAK, Ching Man Charmaine
Charmaine Mak graduated from the Division of Speech and Hearing Sciences, HKU in 2018. Her dissertation project focuses on oral language intervention for bilingual poor comprehenders.
NG, Mei Shuen Sana
Sana Ng graduated from the Division of Speech and Hearing Sciences, HKU in 2018. She worked on a dissertation project on statistical learning and Chinese developmental dyslexia, which aims to investigate the link between statistical learning and Chinese reading ability. Her research will help provide a more holistic understanding of statistical learning and Chinese word reading, which allows effective intervention planning for children with developmental dyslexia.
WONG, Kai Yee Michelle
Michelle Wong graduated from the Division of Speech and Hearing Sciences, HKU in 2018. She gained clinical experience in different settings, including NGOs, Hospital Authority, and rehabilitation centers, as well as organizations outside of Hong Kong. During the summer of 2017, Michelle completed her clinical training at Zhejiang Child Early Intervention Centre in Hangzhou, assisting children with cerebral palsy. Her dissertation project focuses on various developmental aspects of Chinese Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, including cognitive processing skills, speech perception and language comprehension.