Jasmine Siew

Following my undergraduate degree in Psychology, I completed my master’s degree in Clinical Neurodevelopmental Sciences, at King’s College London. Currently, I work on the Brain Imaging for Global HealTh (BRIGHT) Project in Keneba, The Gambia; a collaborative multi-site study investigating early brain development from 0-24 months. Additionally, I am working with the BRAINTOOLS project based in Keneba, facilitating the set-up of the pilot study and acquisition of brain imaging data. ​I have a broad interest in research investigating the impact of numerous risk factors on infant brain development, and more specifically, how we can utilize brain imaging techniques to examine biological mechanisms underlying the links between early parental care and child neurodevelopmental outcomes.​