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Annual Disability Lecture launched Usha Goswami

has returned to Cambridge to take up the post of Professor of Education in the Faculty

of Education. Previously Professor of Cogni

tive Developmental Psychology at the Institute of Child Health, University College London. She is no stranger to Cambridge, havi

ng been a Lecturer in Experimental Psychology at the University from 1990 - 1997. Usha Goswami works primarily on reading acquisition and dyslexia, and she also works on basic learning processes such as learning by analogy. Her psychological research and writing are internationally admired, and have already been influential in education, es

pecially in relation to aspects of the National大发快三外挂软件 Literacy Strategy. Her current goal is to set up a Centre for Neuroscience in Education in the Faculty, with a dedicated laboratory being constructed as part of the new Faculty Building on the Hills Road site and a lectureship in Neuroscience in Education about to be advertised. Cambridge already has world-

class expertise in basic and clinical neuroscience, making a Centre for Neuroscience in Educatio

n an important strategic development. Recognition of the potential value of neuroscience for education is growing all the time, but there are currently rather few laboratories around the world that are even pursuing education-relevant agendas. As well as being focused around a programme of strong research, the Centre will play an important role in educatin

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potential users about what current neuroscience can offer education. Professor Goswami already uses cognitive neuroscience techniques incl

uding fMRI (functional magnetic resonance imaging) and ERP (event related potentials) to study the bra

in mechanisms involved in reading

in both dyslexic children and deaf adults. The planned Centre will focus particularly on

ERP

measures of language as a tool f

or examining educational questions. Professor Goswami's appointment is intended to strengthen psychology in the Faculty

of Education, which hopes eventually to offer courses in Mind, Brain and Education in partnership with the Graduate School of Education at Harvard. The lecture was organised by the Disability Resource Centre and sponsored by St. John's College.

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