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How music shapes our brain and helps acquire literac...

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Children with dyslexia have trouble with reading and spelling despite perfectly normal intelligence. Given the importance of reading and literacy in our society, it is easy to forget that dyslexic people are just as capable as any other group of people. The goal of Matthieu Bourguignon’s research is to develop new techniques based on neuroimaging to identify and cure dyslexia earlier than currently possible.

Matthieu is a CRCN Post-Doc. Researcher at the Université Libre de Bruxelles, in Brussels, Belgium.



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